Duty Solicitor (CLAS)

Recruiter
Location
Central London
Salary
£30000 - £50000 per annum, Benefits: 25 days holiday, pension
Posted
07 Aug 2017
Closes
04 Sep 2017
Ref
TST115427II
Contact
Tom Stafford
Sector/Practice Area
Crime, Fraud, General Crime
Vacancy Type
Lawyers, Private Practice
Contract/hours
Permanent
Are you an accredited Duty Solicitor looking for a role in a tier 1, Legal 500 firm in Central London? 

This multi-office practice is ranked as one of the best for criminal law and handle some of the most high profile and serious cases across the country.

An opportunity has arisen for you as a Duty Solicitor to join their highly recommended team.

Your role will involve:
  • Working on a varied caselod including high profile and high value cases. You will be doing so independently and as part of a team
  • Advocacy, particularly at police stations and Magistrates' Courts
  • Duty rota work (out of hours)
  • Preparing cases for trial, particularly for the Crown Court
This is an exciting career opportunity for a Duty Solicitor seeking long term progression and the chance to work in one of the best criminal defence firms in the UK.

In return you will receive competitive remuneration, clear career progression and the chance to be part of a stable firm with a very supportive management team. 

To be considered, please apply or send your CV today. For further information contact Tom Stafford at G2 Legal now. About us Formed in 1999, G2 Legal Limited is one of the largest, privately owned legal recruitment companies with offices throughout the UK and in Sydney, Australia. We are a fully accredited member of APSCO. Please visit our website for more information on the services we provide and current opportunities.

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