£30 - £35 per hour
5 months ago
A central London Borough Council are looking for a childcare lawyer to join their team on an initially locum basis, 3 to 6 months, with the potential to be extended longer.
This is a great opportunity for the childcare lawyer, who will be expected to deal with a variety of childcare matters, such as:
- Care proceedings
- Emergency protection orders
- Non-molestation orders
- PLO Hearings
- Advocacy in the family, magistrates and crown court
The childcare lawyer will enjoy the following benefits at the Council:
- Great location
- Nearby transport links
- Competitive rate
- Flexible working, such as 1 day a week working from home
In terms of experience, the childcare lawyer must be qualified as a solicitor, or equivalent. The childcare lawyer is required to possess experience in childcare law. Our client will strongly consider those from both local authority and private practice backgrounds.
If you are interested, please apply immediately to be considered for short-listing. Alternatively, should you require further information or wish to discuss your suitability before applying, please do not hesitate to contact Zanub Najmi in our Manchester office for a confidential chat.
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