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Regulatory Lawyer

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Job ID:

3300

Practice Area(s):

Housing/ASB, Litigation/Enforcement

Location:

Bristol, South-West 

Role:

Qualified Lawyer, Legal Executive
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Employment Type:

Fixed-Term Contract Full-Time

Posted:

07.09.2017

Employer type:

Local Authority
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Job Description:

£37,306 - £40,057
Fixed Term full time for 18 months.

You’ll be part of a large team that works collaboratively, finding practical solutions to many complex legal issues regardless of which team or role you are in.

Working for a diverse and innovative Council, you’ll need to be quick-thinking, versatile and comfortable working with a wide range of people. You will also support the provision of legal services to our growing number of external clients. 

It’s an exciting, intellectually challenging environment that will test your legal expertise, judgement and knowledge to the full.

You will be qualified to practice as a Solicitor, Barrister or FCILEx, and be able to demonstrate post-qualification experience in

•  Local authority prosecutions
•  Advocacy in the Magistrates Court

Experience in enforcement action against landlords including under the Housing and Planning Act 2016 would be preferred.

This role may include advising external as well as internal clients to assist with meeting the legal service’s income generation target.

You will advise on matters with minimal supervision, and must be able to manage a substantial and varied caseload, develop strong client relationships and deliver complex advice clearly.

The ability to work to tight deadlines and prioritize will be essential.  Above all, you will carry out all duties in a professional and accurate manner with a client focused approach.

For further information or to apply, please click on the 'Enquire/Apply' button below.

Closing Date: 21st September 2017
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Bristol City Council
Bristol, South-West, United Kingdom

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Bristol City Council
Bristol, South-West, United Kingdom
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Regulatory Lawyer

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Job ID:

3300

Practice Area(s):

Housing/ASB, Litigation/Enforcement

Location:

Bristol, South-West 

Role:

Qualified Lawyer, Legal Executive
col-narrow-right   

Employment Type:

Fixed-Term Contract Full-Time

Posted:

07.09.2017

Employer type:

Local Authority
col-wide   

Job Description:

£37,306 - £40,057
Fixed Term full time for 18 months.

You’ll be part of a large team that works collaboratively, finding practical solutions to many complex legal issues regardless of which team or role you are in.

Working for a diverse and innovative Council, you’ll need to be quick-thinking, versatile and comfortable working with a wide range of people. You will also support the provision of legal services to our growing number of external clients. 

It’s an exciting, intellectually challenging environment that will test your legal expertise, judgement and knowledge to the full.

You will be qualified to practice as a Solicitor, Barrister or FCILEx, and be able to demonstrate post-qualification experience in

•  Local authority prosecutions
•  Advocacy in the Magistrates Court

Experience in enforcement action against landlords including under the Housing and Planning Act 2016 would be preferred.

This role may include advising external as well as internal clients to assist with meeting the legal service’s income generation target.

You will advise on matters with minimal supervision, and must be able to manage a substantial and varied caseload, develop strong client relationships and deliver complex advice clearly.

The ability to work to tight deadlines and prioritize will be essential.  Above all, you will carry out all duties in a professional and accurate manner with a client focused approach.

For further information or to apply, please click on the 'Enquire/Apply' button below.

Closing Date: 21st September 2017