Crime & Regulatory Lawyer

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Location
England, Greater Manchester, Manchester
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
26 Mar 2021
Closes
23 Apr 2021
Ref
3955690
Contact
Oliver Gibbon
Job Title
Solicitor
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, NQ
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Regulatory lawyer sought by one of Manchester's leading law firms.

Your new company

This Manchester law firm has an excellent profile and highly rated regulatory team.

Your new role

This regulatory solicitor role will see you defend health and safety prosecutions, motor crimes, environmental and food safety matters.

What you'll need to succeed

The firm is open to considering lawyers at all levels of pqe from NQ through to and including senior associates. You should have broad ranging regulatory experience and have experience of the criminal and coroners' courts.

What you'll get in return

This is an excellent regulatory solicitor role where you can expect to enjoy varied and high quality work. The firm can offer plenty of opportunities for career development. The salary is negotiable depending on your experience.

What you need to do now

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