Work for Hartlaw LLP



Our people are the heart of our business, and it is through them that we achieve our vision.  We aim to attract, retain and develop high calibre individuals who can deliver exceptional client service and demonstrate our core values of:-
·         Providing  good value quality, independent legal services,
·         Retaining and cultivating our client relationships,
·         Offering  lawyers that are accessible to their clients, understand the needs of their individual clients and provide a bespoke service,
·         Retaining and developing our people who are our greatest asset,
·         Achieving a harmony in our place of work,
·         Being flexible and embracing new ideas to improve our service to clients.
 
Hartlaw LLP has been in Wetherby in one form or another since 1932 and we are very proud of our heritage.  The practice’s continuing growth and profitability depends upon our strong reputation with the local community and the continuing goodwill of our clients. Hartlaw is run by a young partnership and is keen to embrace new ideas and services. 
 
We select people to join our team on the basis of their knowledge, experience and approach to their work.  We love people who are passionate about what they do and want to make a real difference.  We are always interested in hearing from talented, ambitious individuals who would like to become a valued member of the Hartlaw LLP team.  If this sounds like you, but you see no vacancies at present, please don’t be disheartened email your CV to info@hartlaw.co.uk and we will keep you in mind for any future roles.

Trainee Solicitor Required:

A vacancy has arisen at Hartlaw LLP for a trainee solicitor.  If this is of interest to you, please send your CV and covering letter to michelle@hartlaw.co.uk.

Two Legal Secretaries Required:

Two vacancies have arisen at Hartlaw LLP for full time and/or job-share legal secretaries.   Legal experience is preferred but is not essential.  If this is of interest to you, please send your CV and covering letter to Dianne@hartlaw.co.uk

 

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LPA's - Office of the Public Guardian reduces registration fees

A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a document which allows somebody (the Attorney) to make decisions and act on behalf of another (the Donor).  The Office of the Public Guardian has reduced registration fees from £110 to £82 as of 1 April 2017.