Holmes Family Law hold a firm belief that all of our employees have a vital part to play in delivering excellent service to our clients, thus maintaining our local reputation and growing the business. Specific vacancies are detailed on this page but we continually welcome conceptive applications.
Applicants should apply in strictest confidence to the recruitment team by sending a CV and covering letter by email.
We are a growing firm with exciting expansion plans. Working here means you will be part of something genuinely special. Our people are our most valuable resource, which is why we aim to motivate and retain our staff with some great salary packages and development opportunities.
Family Law, Wills & Probate are not just other departments to us; we focus all our resources on being the very best in these areas of the law. We have plans for growth within our existing offices and as a growing and ambitious firm; we are able to create exciting opportunities for career progression and development. We promote on ability and can provide opportunities that can lead to you becoming a specialist in your field, managing a team or even an office.
Our culture is client-focused and you will work as part of a supportive and friendly team. Our rigorous recruitment process also ensures that we attract the best talent, so you will work alongside like-minded, exceptional people. We have experts in every area of family law, and actively encourage sharing of knowledge and teamwork within each office and across the firm.
If you wish to apply for a role with the firm please see our current vacancies and apply through our recruitment team.
Location: Whickham Office
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Paralegal to join our Family Law Department based in our Whickham office.
Our growing team handles private family matters, covering the full spectrum of family law work, including divorce, ancillary relief, separation, children and contact, domestic
violence and residence disputes and pre-nuptials.
Applicants will be expected to have a legal qualification that includes some study of family law (e.g. Law degree, LPC, BPTC, Paralegal qualification). You will ideally have some experience in dealing with members of the public face to…