Childcare Lawyer

England, East Midlands
£45 - £55 per hour
01 Jul 2022
29 Jul 2022
Ellie Warde
Job Title
Practice Area
Child Law
PQE Level
10+, 2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time

Sellick Partnership is currently working with a well-respected Local Authority who is seeking a Childcare Lawyer. This assignment can be conducted remotely and will begin on a 3 month contract with a view to extend long-term on a rolling basis.

As a Childcare Lawyer, you will apply your knowledge and experience to pick up a busy caseload and hit the ground running

The Childcare Lawyer will pick up duties which may include;

  • Hold a caseload of care cases and pre-proceedings matters
  • Advise social workers
  • Liaise with counsel and external parties
  • Attending meetings
  • Draft applications and documents

The council are a fantastic team with a great reputation; the Childcare Lawyer will feel welcomed and supported.

Prior experience in childcare law is essential while local authority experience is desirable. The Childcare Lawyer may have to pick up advocacy.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to join this great team and benefit from the long-running contract, interesting caseload and friendly team.

The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic, focussed and can handle a caseload with minimal supervision.

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