HB Public Law is a shared service between a number of North West London boroughs and home countries local authorities. The post holder will be mainly based in the practice’s London office in Harrow or the office in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, but will be expected to travel to courts and client offices as appropriate.
The role offers the benefit of 2 years in the Legal Practice being trained and supervised in the following core skills: advocacy, drafting, negotiating, research, interviewing and advising. You will be a member of a team of specialist lawyers, and will be expected to contribute to the development of that team. Having your own caseload and assisting others in compliance with Lexcel requirements, and uphold the highest standards of client care in everything you do.
We are currently seeking an enthusiastic and committed individual to join us as a Trainee Solicitor so if you take pride in your work and would enjoy becoming part of one of the leading public sector teams in the country then we would be pleased to hear from you.
For an informal discussion please contact Matthew Adams (Principal Lawyer – Commercial) on 020 8424 1403, or Sarah Wilson, (Principal Lawyer - Litigation and Social Care) on 020 8424 1417, or Hayley Norman-Thorpe (Assistant Director) on 020 8416 8756.
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Closing date 8th January 2018
32.5 hours per week / 39 weeks per annum
Bucks Pay Range 3-4 £21,167 - £24,949 (pro-rata £15,768 - £18,585)
depending on qualifications and experience
(25-30 hours per week considered)
Are you an experienced classroom teacher or an enthusiastic NQT who is talented, motivated and inspirational? If so, then we are the school for you. We have vacancies for a full-time and a part-time KS2 class teacher to join our team from January 2018. A temporary TLR is available for the right candidate.
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Part-Time Permanent Contract – 3 Days (Monday-Wednesday)
Start Date: January 2018
Salary: Main Scale or UPS
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