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Court of Protection Lawyer

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Court of Protection Lawyer

Legal
Temporary/Contract
Worthing, West Sussex
£40000.00 - £47000.00 per annum
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Chloë Williams
Research & Content Consultant
01273 007152

Are you a legal executive specialising in Court of Protection-related matters? Looking for a role that will enable you to fully immerse yourself in your specialism while fostering a sense of responsibility as the interim head of your team in Worthing?

This tier-2-ranked firm is after a Court of Protection Lawyer to integrate seamlessly into a small division within their Worthing-based private client team, dealing solely in matters relating to property and financial affairs on a fixed-term contract basis. Seize the opportunity to showcase your legal expertise and management skills in this client-facing role.

They’re after a confident individual who is able to deploy their niche skillset with patience while dealing with the personal matters of vulnerable clients. As you are entrusted with their most personal affairs, this role will require the ability to liaise sensitively with clients and conduct matters with a strong sense of empathy.

To excel in this Court of Protection Lawyer role, you should have:

  • A minimum of 5 years of PQE as a CILEx/Legal Executive
  • Extensive knowledge of property and financial affairs Court of Protection work, including LPAs and Deputyship Orders

This firm is committed to diversity and inclusion, aiming to treat everyone fairly and with courtesy, paying heed to their particular needs as appropriate. Please get in touch if you have any questions concerning reasonable adjustments or diversity practices.

If you have a keen interest in this area and relevant experience, we encourage you to get in touch.

Contact Hayley Rose or Chloë at Harvey John for more information.

Harvey John recruitment is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy. The salary bracket advertised is FTE, for guidance only and was set by the agency.