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Assistant Practice Manager (APM) x2 - Leading Barristers’ Chambers (London)

Closing Date: Saturday, 19 October 2019
Salary: Competitive salary package
Send CV To: recruitment@grllegal.com

Our Client is a leading Barristers’ Chambers with 70 tenants. Members of Chambers practice in all areas of family and related law, including private and public children law, financial and property proceedings associated with marriage or partnership breakdown, private client, court of protection law, international movement of children, law relating to alternative families and human rights law. Chambers prides itself on being a tolerant, inclusive and progressive set and these values are at the core of their ethos.

Chambers is now seeking to recruit two individuals to provide support to Chambers designated clerking teams.  Working with the Director of Clerking and colleagues.

The roles:

  • Provide professional clerking and practice management functions and first class service.
  • Play an active support role in the development of members’ practices.
  • Liaise with Solicitors and those instructing counsel – agreeing fees, suggesting appropriate counsel, dealing with enquiries.
  • Provide support and assistance to more senior colleagues.
  • Oversee and encourage more junior staff members.
  • Involvement in chambers marketing functions.

 Individual must be:

Hard working, enthusiastic and determined to succeed.  Excellent communication skills, including use of the telephone, in writing and also be capable of building effective professional relationships. Strong team player with a positive approach and can do attitude.

The roles attract a competitive salary. To discuss the positions, please contact exclusively retained consultants GRL Legal LLP:

Paul Reece – preece@grllegal.com - 07877 233566

Matt Curness  mcurness@grllegal.com – 07776 235906

To apply, please forward your CV with a letter outlining your suitability for the role to: recruitment@grllegal.com

Closing date for applications is Friday 18th October 2019


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