At Langley Wellington we are continually investing time and resources in our departments and with ambitious plans to develop the firm in the near future there are going to be some exciting opportunities to join our firm. We are continually pushing forward and investing significant time and money on training our employees and making substantial ongoing investment in both information technology and communication systems ensuring that we continue to provide our clients with up-to-date legal advice and information on issues likely to affect them.
Recruiting trainee solicitors is important at Langley Wellington. We know how choosing the right firm to join can be daunting. We believe it extremely important to provide first-class training and support to our trainee solicitors to prepare to take on responsibility at an early stage and establish a long-term career.
At Langley Wellington we are keen to hear from solicitors and legal professionals who feel they would like to join us. We ensure we employ first class staff in order to make sure we provide first class service to our clients. As part of one of Gloucestershire’s premier law firms you can be rest assured that we will invest in your future and personal development and provide you with continuous training to allow you to develop in your career.
We realise how important is it to have a first class team of support staff providing vital support to our Solicitors and Legal Executives. Our support staff are an integral part of the firm and assist in providing excellent standards of customer care to our clients.
Solicitor or Legal Executive - Education Team
Education Lawyers is the niche, friendly, dedicated Education Law Department of Langley Wellington LLP Solicitors.
The team is highly experienced and skilled in providing legal advice and practical solutions to families throughout England and Wales in relation to Special Educational Needs Law.
The department has a permanent full time/part time vacancy and are looking for suitable a candidate with a passion for improving the life of a child or young person with special educational needs by getting them the support, provision and school they are entitled to.
The candidate must be an enthusiastic and ambitious Solicitor or Legal Executive with 2 to 3 years experience in Special Educational Needs Law; have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, be experienced in building strong client relations and be able to explain complex matters in a clear and accessible language.
The candidate will manage and grow their own case load.
Please contact Carol Bruce for further information about this position. Apply with C.V. to: Langley Wellington Solicitors, Royal House, 60 Bruton Way, Gloucester, GL1 1EP or email: firstname.lastname@example.org