We are looking for someone who would like to join us and train to be a legal receptionist. The role will involve working on our busy reception desk dealing with a wide range of enquiries. The ideal candidate should have an outgoing personality, be hard working, and show good attention to detail. We’d like someone with GCSEs in English and IT.
J M Wilson Solicitors are the Birmingham Law Society Law Firm of the Year (up to 4 partners) and we are shortlisted for the Law Society Awards later this year. We are a community firm, looking for someone who wants to start their career with us.
Salary will be competitive and dependent on experience. This is a full-time role
To apply please send your cv and a covering letter to email@example.com – by the end of October.
Join Our Team – Commercial/Contracts Civil Litigation Solicitor Job
An exciting opportunity to join an award-winning law firm.
We are looking for a civil litigation solicitor with minimum 2 years PQE. The role compromises of working on a varied mixed case load of matters dealing with commercial litigation, debt recovery and contract disputes. The ideal candidate should be ambitious and confident to conduct cases from start to finish, already have experience in these areas, work independently when required, conduct advocacy at an appropriate level and have creative ideas to expand and promote the department.
J M Wilson Solicitors are the Birmingham Law Society Law Firm of the Year (up to 4 partners) and we are shortlisted for the Law Society Awards later this year. We are a community firm, looking for a friendly solicitor who wants to mutually benefit from helping us grow and expand our services.
Salary will be competitive and dependent on experience.
To apply please send your cv and a covering letter to Jenny@jmwilsonsolicitors.com by the end of October.
J M Wilson Solicitors are seeking a Level 2 Immigration Accredited Caseworker to join an ever busy and expanding Immigration Department.
We have been the leading Solicitors in challenging the introduction of the English Language requirement for spouses, the controversial minimum income requirement and more recently, the unfair deport first and appeal letter later certification process applied to foreign prisoners. We have been able to help those, who otherwise cannot afford to instruct solicitors, through Legal Aid and we are one of the few firms in the West Midlands to still hold such a contract.