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Job Opportunities at Osbourne Pinner

Osbourne Pinner is an equal opportunity company. We are expanding our business and looking for talented law professionals to join our growing team. If you have excellent academic record, we do provide opportunities of law internship in UK.

Osbourne Pinner is looking to expand their area of specialisation and are seeking driven and enthusiastic candidates to fill the following roles:

  • Company & Commercial Solicitor
  • Commercial Property Solicitor
  • Residential Property Solicitor
  • Property Litigation Solicitor
  • Employment Solicitor
  • Immigration Solicitor
  • Family Solicitor

Candidates should ideally have:

  • A minimum of 5 years PQE in the relevant area of law
  • Good client care skills, provide professional and competent legal advice in accordance with SRA Code of conduct
  • Strong IT skills
  • Effective business development skills with proven marketing strategies
  • Capability to generate fees in accordance with agreed targets
  • Up-to-date knowledge and skills in compliance with Continuing Professional Development and internal training expectations
  • Proven experience of handling own caseload
  • Ability to adhere to and manage deadlines
  • Good drafting and writing skills, excellent communication and technical ability.

This is an excellent opportunity for Qualified Solicitors who are looking for an excellent fee sharing opportunity along with an option to build up a better career on a long term or permanent basis. We offer flexible smarter working to all our team members and encourage creative thinking.

Current Vacancies at Osbourne Pinner

Family Solicitor

A family solicitor with at least 2 yrs, 3 yrs + PQE is required for a role is based in Central London. There is a particular emphasis on private divorce and ancillary relief matters of HNW clients and much of the work involves the negotiation and settlement of complex financial cases. You will have experience handling a range of Family matters including Divorce, Financial and HNW Pre & Post-nuptial agreements. Managing your own caseload, you will have excellent communication and IT skills. The ability to deal with Private Family matters efficiently is essential. The successful candidate will become a vital part of a friendly and hardworking team. The ideal candidate will possess the following skills and attributes:
  • A strong academic background with a minimum of one years proven family law experience, including family litigation and injunctions
  • Previous experience of private practice in family law
  • A solid understanding of financial remedies
  • Experience of working in the areas of Divorce, Financial, Unmarried couples & Property Disputes and Children & strong Advocacy Skills
  • Strong Experience in advising clients in relation to prenuptial, post nuptial, separation and cohabitation agreements
  • Have an interest in working on complex family matters with an international aspect
  • Strong Advocacy skills
  • Ability to deal with Islamic and International divorce
  • Strong experience of dealing with High-net worth clients
Qualifications
  • Educated to degree level and a strong LPC pass or equivalent;
  • Must hold a current clean practising certificate from the SRA;
  • Experience gained in a Family Law training seat or following admittance to the roll.
Salary Salary will dependant on experience however they are willing to consider candidates on both an hourly rate or FTC and they are also considering the position on a part-time or full-time basis. This a really exciting opportunity to secure a long term assignment with a leading City law firm.We are currently recruiting for a Family Solicitor in London area to join our expanding Family Department. For further details of this Family Solicitor vacancy, please contact Mr. Ravin on 0203 983 5080/077 453 451 53 quoting reference KK/5623. PLEASE CHECK YOUR EMAIL (INCLUDING SPAM FOLDER) FOR CONFIRMATION YOUR APPLICATION HAS BEEN RECEIVED. Short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview. Reference ID: KK/5623 Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Permanent

How to apply

If you are interested in applying for this position please send your covering letter and CV quoting the job title. Please indicate length of notice period (where applicable) and salary expectations.

Candidates should be aware that due to the volume of applications we receive, the firm is only able to respond to candidates we call for interview.

We are an equal opportunities employer

We are committed to providing equal opportunities for all and to encouraging diversity through recruitment. Applications are welcome from all sections of the community and decisions to progress will be made with reference to entirely objective criteria only. Osbourne Pinner work together as a team and reflects a quality of work. The Firms aim is to take talented and friendly solicitors on board to progress the firm and the individual.

If you think you have high integrity and put your qualities at the heart of everything that you do, then please contact us.

Send Your CV and Cover letter to: info@osbournepinner.com

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On 24 March 2020, the UK Government updated the immigration guidance for those affected by Coronavirus travel restrictions. We advise all our clients that due to the situation changing rapidly, to please check the latest developments before travelling.

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