Immigration Solicitor

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City of London, England
24 Aug 2017
21 Sep 2017
Will Tear
Job Type
Global Mobility
Contract Type
Full Time

Due to a period of continued expansion, a Chambers listed law firm is currently looking for an Immigration Solicitor to join their London, city office. This is a fantastic opportunity for a qualified solicitor looking for a diverse caseload within a highly regarded established firm.

The main duties of an Immigration Solicitor will include but are not limited to:

  • Provide main point of contact service to a range of corporate and higher education clients on UK immigration legislation
  • Develop and maintain relationships with internal and external stakeholders from firm's current client base.
  • Actively involved in business development of the practice, as well as working closely with other firm departments to cross-sell firm services.
  • Carrying out all procedures in line with current regulations and legislation.

The ideal Immigration Solicitor will:

  • Be a qualified Solicitor with 2-4 years PQE ideally from a top ranked practice.
  • A good mix of corporate and private immigration experience, as this role will have diverse caseload, but mainly covering economic migration.
  • Exposure to working on immigration within higher education would be highly advantageous
  • Strong commercial sense is necessary; as you will need to work with current client base as well develop new business strategy.
  • Candidates who are newly qualified will be considered, however would need to demonstrate experience of working within immigration as a paralegal.

This is a rare opportunity to work within a top ranked city practice, with fantastic growth opportunities.

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