Employment opportunities

Listed below are vacancies shared with us by LawWorks members, clinics and other organisations that are passionate about increasing access to justice.

Current vacancies

 

Solicitor - Housing law
SHU Law

Salary: £40,322 - £51,034
Full time or 0.8fte and above, and flexible working arrangements

SHU Law Limited, a not for profit teaching law firm, are seeking to recruit a dynamic, forward thinking, committed solicitor who wants to remain in practice, and who has a passion for promoting social justice and teaching the next generation of lawyers.

As well as responsibiltiy for running a caseload of Housing Law cases, the role will be responsible for regulatory compliance, business development and facilitating the delivery of practical training to undergraduate and post graduate students.

For further information, and to apply visit the Sheffield Hallam University website

The closing date for applications is Thursday 29th July 2021


Solicitor - Wills and probate/family law
SHU Law

Salary: £40,322 - £51,034
Full time or 0.8fte and above, and flexible working arrangements

SHU Law Limited, a not for profit teaching law firm, are seeking to recruit a dynamic, forward thinking, committed solicitor who wants to remain in practice, and who has a passion for promoting social justice and teaching the next generation of lawyers.

As well as responsibiltiy for running a caseload of Housing Law cases, the role will be responsible for regulatory compliance, business development and facilitating the delivery of practical training to undergraduate and post graduate students.

For further information, and to apply visit the Sheffield Hallam University website

The closing date for applications is Thursday 29th July 2021


Assistant Legal Officer x2
Free Representation Unit

Salary: £29,137
One year fixed-term contract September 2021 (or as soon as possible thereafter) to 31 August 2022. 
Full time: 35 hours per week

The Free Representation Unit provides representation in social entitlement and employment tribunals for people who can’t afford lawyers. Representing approximately 500 clients annually in tribunals across London and the South East. These are training and development posts, intended to give lawyers the opportunity to gain experience and develop their skills early in their career. The roles are ideal for those hoping to go on to a pupillage or training contract.

For further information, and to apply visit the Free Representation Unit website

The closing date for applications is midday Monday 9th August 2021. 


qLegal Project Coordinator
Centre for Commercial Law Studies - Queen Mary, University of London

Salary:  £27,742 to £32,454
Full time: 35 hours per week

qLegal is Queen Mary University of London’s award-winning pro bono law clinic for tech start-ups and entrepreneurs, situated within the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS). They are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic and motivated person to assist in dealing with the increasing demands of client enquiries and administrative duties relating to qLegal, that supports entrepreneurs and individuals with commercial legal advice. The person appointed will be part of a busy and friendly team at CCLS in Lincoln’s Inn Fields.

Candidates must be educated to at least A Level or equivalent or equivalent professional experience and substantial experience of working in a busy office environment in a client-centered role.

For further information, and to apply visit the Queen Mary, University of London website.

The closing date for applications is Wednesday 11 August 2021.

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