Child Protection Lawyer
- Executive Network Legal Limited
- £54,100 - £63,500
- 22 Mar 2023
- 17 Apr 2023
- Zoe Jones
- Job Title
- Practice Area
- Child Law, Family / Matrimonial
- Contract Type
- Full Time
Child Protection Lawyer, Reading– Exceptional career opportunity with enviable training and development opportunities for individuals interested in a change of direction.
JOB TITLE: Child Protection Lawyer
SALARY: £54,100 - £63,500
PQE REQUIRED: 3+
We are working on behalf of a major public sector organisation that is looking for qualified Lawyers with experience gained within childcare and / or child protection. The role is an exciting and extremely rewarding opportunity to work with victims of abuse and more, bringing justice for them and their families. The role will involve working closely with victims and preparing cases for the Crown Court. This position will provide you with extensive training and career development.
The successful candidate will be a qualified Solicitor with a background in childcare / child protection and ideally some exposure to child abuse or domestic violence claims. You will be an empathetic communicator and have a genuine desire for seeking redress for victims.
The ability to make solid and well-reasoned decisions is essential for this role, in addition to having exceptional written and verbal communication skills. You will be expected to demonstrate a desire to learn new areas of work and an aptitude for legal reasoning throughout the interview process. High intellectual capacity and the ability to employ independent, logical thought processes will also be key to success in this role.
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