Recruitment

Recruitment

We expect 2019 to bring a number of opportunities for growth at Winston Solicitors, at our Head Office on Street Lane, North Leeds,  and our Harrogate office, Cornwall Road. All new positions will be advertised with a full job description on the site below.

We prefer to receive CVs directly from talented people, please don't leave it to the recruitment agency. A direct approach is considered by us to show more initiative and as an innovative practice, that's exactly the type of person we like working with. We are always happy to hear from lawyers with a secure following, whether we are advertising a particular position or not.

All CVs will be held in the strictest confidence, will be considered by our managing partner, Jonathan Winston and replied to by him personally.

No agencies please

Current vacancies

VACANCY: Solicitor with following

Our business ethos is 'When Service Wins'. Our clients appreciate this, with 98% of their reviews being 5 star. If you would like to work in a well supported enviroment, geared up to providing excellent outcomes, I'd like to hear from you.

If you have a genuine following, wish to provide an excellent service and know how to be profitable, whatever area of law, I would love to meet you, to explore how we could work together.

Please call me on 0113 268 8898 or email jmw@winstonsolicitors.co.uk

VACANCY: Sole practitioner - merger or joint venture

In 2002 I was a newly set up sole practitioner working from home. It took me 18 months to realise the stresses of being a sole practitioner outweighed the perceived freedom of working for myself. I made a 5 year business plan to grow the business to the point where I could take proper holidays and share the responsibilities with trusted colleagues. I managed to achieve this, and have grown the business ever since.

 If your are interested in having a chat, please call me on 0113 268 8898 or email jmw@winstonsolicitors.co.uk

 All enquiries will be kept in the strictest confidence.

Jonathan Winston

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