Job Advert: Swain & Co Solicitors

Mental Health Advocates – Ideally Accredited Panel Members
Salary: Dependant on Experience
Location: England, Various Locations

The Youngs Group are expanding due to ongoing success!

Already a successful and well established national legal practice with a reputation for excellence, this firm whose motto is ‘Empowering People to make positive change’ is growing.

The Company provides high-quality legal advice and services that covers both private and publicly funded work.

Applications are now being invited from enthusiastic individuals at all levels who want the opportunity to make a positive change in their career, and share in the expansion and continued success of this flourishing Company.

About this role:

We wish to grow our team so that we can continue assisting those most in need, and provide advice and representation in all aspects of Mental Health Law.

The successful candidate must be a current member of the Law Society’s Mental Health Accreditation Scheme and will be required to provide advice and representation in all aspects of Mental Health Law, including undertaking advocacy and dealing with all types of work in respect of Mental Health Tribunals.

You will be self-motivated, reliable, able to work as part of a team, and ambitious.

If you share our values and ambition, and you have an interest in long term development and progression, then apply today to join our team.

Be part of our success story working for a firm where you will receive recognition by way of salary and rewards which reflect your skills and experience, where your achievements are celebrated and where there is a genuine commitment to work/life balance. Flexible and remote working options are available for most positions.

Please visit this page on our website to apply.

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