We have an exciting opportunity for a community care/Court of Protection solicitor to join our growing team.

You will be experienced in all aspects of community care and Court of Protection work. You will need to share our passion for access to justice, have good knowledge of the legal aid scheme and experience of private client work.

While the majority of our current work is funded through legal aid, we are expanding our private client work.
You will be working with colleagues specialising in housing and public law. We have been recognised by Chambers and Partners and the Legal 500 as providing good quality advice and representation. Currently we are unable to meet demand for our community care and Court of Protection services and you will be given the opportunity to grow and develop this area of work.

We have good referral sources from local charities and NGOs who work with us together to achieve the best outcome for our clients.

Our staff are without doubt our best asset and we reward performance, provide flexible working practices and positively encourage every individual’s contribution as to how we deliver services. We are market leaders in legal sector IT infrastructure systems and billing. As acknowledged in our Lexcel accreditation, we offer excellent support and training opportunities.

Salary – Competitive

For full job requirements please see the information pack below.

TV Edwards is an equal opportunities employer


10% family and friends discount on legal services
25 days holiday, increasing to 28 days after 3 years' service and 30 days after 5 years
Annual pay reviews
Birthday day off
Bonus Scheme
Comprehensive inhouse training and supervision
Cycle to work scheme
Employee Assistant Programme (EAP)
Eye test reimbursement up to a set amount
Flexible and hybrid working
Payment towards glasses for VDU usage up to a set amount
Sick Pay
Study Leave
TV Edwards operates a workplace pension scheme

In Addition

Kitchen facilities on each floor with free tea and coffee
Part of the Living Wage Foundation
Payment of Practicing Certificate
Staff committee for social events
Staff Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Committee
Statutory Maternity Leave of up to 52 weeks

Working Hours

Full time - 35 hours per week: 9:30am-5:30pm Monday - Friday (alternative working arrangements including part-time hours will be considered).

Anticipated Start Date


How To Apply

Send your completed application and equality monitoring forms to: lisa.walton@tvedwards.com

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