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Private practice law jobs in the North West

Sellick Partnership's dedicated recruitment team can help legal professionals secure private practice law positions across the North West.

We have built strong working relationships with a variety of legal employers including Legal 500 companies as well as small niche firms throughout the region, with our experienced team of consultants recruiting for legal opportunities in Lancashire, Cheshire, Manchester, Cumbria and Merseyside.

We regularly recruit for opportunities at all levels, from partners and senior solicitors to paralegals and legal assistants on permanent and locum contracts.

If you are currently looking for a private practice law job either on a locum or permanent contract within the North West region, scroll down to view our latest vacancies in your local area. If the type of role you are looking for is not currently listed, sign up to our job alerts and receive jobs directly to your inbox.

Latest jobs
Residential Conveyancer
  • Location Cumbria
  • Job type Locum
  • Salary £30 - £35 per hour
  • Reference 906966
  • Katie Beverley
    Description Urgently seeking a Locum Residential Conveyancer for an immediate role on an ongoing basis. Our client provides professional advice on a range of legal services to their customers
Katie Beverley
Locum Residential Conveyancer
  • Location Lancashire
  • Job type Locum
  • Salary £30 - £40 per hour + parking
  • Reference 906764
  • Katie Beverley
    Description Urgently seeking a Locum Residential Conveyancer for a high paid, short term role. Our client consists of highly experienced solicitors that have provided expert legal advice for many years
Katie Beverley
Commercial Property
  • Location Cheshire
  • Job type Locum
  • Salary £25 - £35 per hour + parking provided
  • Reference 906688
  • Georgia Would
    Description An exceptional job opportunity for a Locum Commercial Property solicitor to gain further experience in dealing with Commercial Property matters during an ongoing role
Georgia Would
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