It’s an exciting time to be at IDR Law, our growth is unstoppable.
Inheritance disputes is all we do we are extremely good at it, we do a lot of it, and we do it nationally.
Founded by Martin Holdsworth (ACTAPS) Committee member, our team have 100 years of combined experience and we are looking to recruit more people into our top class of specialists.
We are expanding and are looking to recruit a new Senior Associate to our team. The position will be based out of the Manchester office located on Deansgate, with the flexibility to work from home.
At IDR wellbeing is especially important and we want to create a supportive working environment for all our team, which has been successfully achieved via our family flex programme.
Many of our team have adopted the Family Flex working hours, which provides a work / life balance, and the ability to fit their work around their family, and not the other way around.
We provide progression at all levels, whether you join us as a Junior Paralegal, or a Senior Associate, IDR Law will tailor a career path for you.
The IDRU is “a ‘university’ style online learning platform and provides training for our junior team members, whilst our Associates and Senior Associates can take the next step in their career path to becoming a Partner.
We currently have a waiting list of contentious probate practitioners who want to work with us. And, next month we will launch our brand new website which will include the opportunities we have available at varied levels, to potential new recruits.
The biggest appeal of IDR for our specialists is that we are completely focused on one area of law, there is zero noise from any other specialism. So, if contentious probate is what interests you, it’s the best place grow your career.
If you are interested in the role of Senior Associate or would like to be added to our waiting list for other opportunities in the firm, please contact us today. You can get in touch here or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0330 175 9912.
‘I’ve specialised in contentious probate since I qualified in 2011. I specialise in contentious probate because I love it. I was drawn to IDR Law because of their new way of working – no presenteeism. Martin has developed an innovative way of running the business.
It’ll be the first time I will be working with a team of people who specialise in contentious probate. To have that fountain of knowledge running through the firm is really exciting!’ Cara Hough, Partner
‘The work is so interesting and varied and presents new challenges, which is key for development as a newly qualified solicitor. I am constantly learning and work within a helpful team who have time and confidence in me.’ Georgina Coates, Solicitor
‘I have a young daughter and have been striving to get the work-life balance. The ethos and culture of IDR Law was a real draw – their flexibility – along with the fact that they’re specialists in contentious probate’. Hannah Coton-Lines Senior Paralegal
‘The firm’s career pathway is highly developed to help employees progress. I’m joining as a Paralegal but plan to become a solicitor in the future, so I’ll be studying my LPC part-time too’ Rebecca Everitt, Paralegal