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NQ Regulatory Crime Solicitor

NQ Regulatory Crime Solicitor

  • Location

    London

  • Sector:

    Legal, Crime

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £30,000 - £40,000

  • Contact:

    Clare Smith

  • Contact email:

    clare.smith@kingsleyrecruitment.co.uk

  • Job ref:

    CS16679

  • Published:

    9 months ago

  • Expiry date:

    2018-01-30

This is a fantastic opportunity for a junior Crime Solicitor to join a National, Legal 500 firm at their Central London office. This role will suit a Solicitor who ideally has some Regulatory experience however, those with general Crime will be considered if you have a real desire to specialise in Regulatory work.  The salary and benefits package is competitive and negotiable dependent on experience.

My client has offices across the UK and are Legal 500 and Chambers recommended across many practice areas, including Regulatory and Criminal Law.  You will join the specialist Criminal Defence team who deal with privately funded criminal work, regulatory and disciplinary proceedings, inquests as well as Judicial Review.  They often work on high profile cases which feature in the media and national press.

The successful Regulatory Crime Solicitor will join the already successful but growing team in London.  You will advise and assist corporations who are facing prosecution regarding Health and Safety breaches, unlawful shootings where the police are concerned, death in custody, Inquests, disciplinary investigations and other regulatory matters.

Applications are invited from Newly Qualified Criminal Solicitors.  If you are newly qualified, you must have at least completed a general crime seat within your Training Contract and have a genuine desire to specialise in Regulatory work.

To be considered for this for this career developing opportunity within Regulatory Crime in London then apply now for immediate feedback.  Contact Kingsley today for other NQ, Solicitor and Associate opportunities across London and the South East.