Prosecutions Lawyer

Location
London
Salary
£42,650 - £47,370
Posted
08 May 2024
Closes
04 Jun 2024
Ref
215295834
Contact
Kaye Thumpston
Job Title
Solicitor
PQE Level
10+, 2-4, 5-7, 8-10, NQ
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

PROSECUTIONS LAWYER, LONDON, Exceptional career opportunity with enviable training and development opportunities for individuals interested in a career in Prosecutions. We are working in partnership with a public body, who are offering outstanding opportunities available nationwide for Solicitors or Barristers. JOB REF: 5834

JOB TITLE:      Prosecutions Lawyer
LOCATION:     London
SALARY:         £42,650 - £47,370

•Following an initial training period, a typical working week will see you spending 60-80% of your time in court, prosecuting a wide range of offences and utilising your varied skill set to achieve desired outcomes. The rest of your time will be spent on case preparation.

•A combination of induction training, bespoke training modules, mentoring and on-the-job coaching makes a career as a Prosecutions Lawyer much more accessible to lawyers considering a change in direction.

•A genuine interest in criminal prosecutions, coupled with the qualification of Solicitor or Barrister in England and Wales are the basic requirements to be considered for this role. Whilst experience in a contentious area of law is preferable, this role is open to lawyers from all disciplines with the desire to learn.

•The ability to make solid and well-reasoned decisions is essential for this role, in addition to having exceptional written and verbal communication skills.
 


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