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Welcome to Public Law Jobs for all the latest public law in-house and private practice legal jobs.

Public Law Jobs is the dedicated recruitment website of the Local Government Lawyer and Public Law Today websites. As well as providing sophisticated and accurate search tools to find and apply for the latest public sector and related private practice legal jobs, Public Law Jobs allows employers to find you by uploading your CV (anonymously if preferred) to our secure server and to set up bespoke email job alerts to ensure that you don’t miss a single opportunity. To register for bespoke job alerts or to upload your CV, please click here or to receive our weekly general job alert without registering, please click here.

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Latest Jobs
Prosecutions Lawyer
Sellick Partnership
Childcare Solicitor x2
Luton Borough Council
Litigation Paralegal
Sellick Partnership
Prosecutions Lawyer
Sellick Partnership
Solicitor - Child Law
East Sussex County Council

Childcare Solicitor x2
£38,052 - £43,757 a year plus £3,203 car benefit allowance
Assistant Solicitor or Legal Executive
£34,106 to £38,052 or £27,358 to £30,756
Trainee Solicitor
£21,899 - £23,829
Solicitor – Contracts and Procurement
£43,757 - £46,567 + £3,203 car benefit allowance
Solicitor – Planning
£40,858 - £42,806
Assistant Solicitor
£31,401 - £33,136
Commercial Solicitor
£35,229 - £39,002


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