Details for current job opportunities at LawWorks are listed below
Solicitor (employment law) - Part time
This position provides an exciting opportunity to join a respected charity working to enable access to justice.
Salary: £21,957 (equivalent to £36,595 full time) - plus 5% pension contribution
Hours: 21 hours (3 days)
Holiday: 25 days per annum (pro rata)
Location: National Pro Bono Centre, Chancery Lane, London
We are looking for a qualified solicitor (minimum two years’ PQE) with experience in employment law (joining two other part-time solicitors working on other pro bono projects).
You will lead on overseeing referrals and supervising pro bono solicitors from member law firms and In-house teams, on employment law cases, specifically unpaid wages and unlawful deduction matters. The role also includes (working with our Policy & External Affairs Team) supporting the development of training for pro bono volunteers.
The ability to work collaboratively and build and maintain relationships will be key.
We would consider applications for a secondment.
To apply please send a CV and a covering letter to [email protected] citing ‘Solicitor/EL’ in the subject line.
Please return a completed equal opportunities form with your application.
The closing date for applications is 10.00am Monday 9th September. We encourage applications as soon as possible and may interview applicants before the closing date.
Vacancies from LawWorks Members, clinics and organisations passionate about access to justice are located here on our website.
LawWorks is committed to equal opportunities and opposes all forms of unlawful or unfair discrimination on the basis of race, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, nationality or national origin, disability, religion or age.
Under this policy LawWorks wishes to monitor its progress towards implementing equal opportunities. When applying for a job at LawWorks please help us with this by completing our Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form.
Your completed form can be emailed to us with your application (the form will be separated from your application, and will not be seen by the recruitment panel and plays no part in the recruitment process).
The equal opportunities forms will not be processed until after the recruitment process has been completed.