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Enforcement/ Regulatory Lawyer

  • Location

    Brighton, East Sussex

  • Sector:

    Legal, Public Sector & Not-for-Profit

  • Job type:


  • Salary:

    Up to £39390 per annum

  • Consultant:

    Amy Swain

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  • Published:

    about 1 year ago

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  • Start date:


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Regulatory Body

£39,390 per annum


Full and Part Time

Brighton, Sussex


An opportunity has arisen for an Enforcement/ Regulatory Lawyer to join the Enforcement Team of a large Regulatory Body on a permanent basis.

As an Enforcement/ Regulatory Lawyer you will be responsible for the delivery of Criminal/ Regulatory enforcement cases. You will work with a case team made up of technical specialists, including internal lawyers, to assist in progressing a case. You will work collaboratively following investigations, and take over a case from the point of preparing and issuing proceedings through to the conclusion of the case in court or before a Determinations Panel.

As an Enforcement/ Regulatory Lawyer you will lead a team through issuing summonses and undertaking prosecutions in the Magistrates/ Crown Court for a broad range of criminal offences, and/or instigating and following our own regulatory enforcement process

Other duties will include:

  • Establishing and delivering regulatory strategies for enforcement
  • Negotiating required outcomes of cases with the relevant parties, internally and externally
  • Making decisions on case strategies and emerging issues on cases
  • Supporting Lead Specialists in their role on individual cases and required areas, both internally and externally

Required skills and experience of

  • Experience of instigating and concluding either criminal, regulatory or civil proceedings
  • Experience and working knowledge of legal requirements relating to enforcement outcomes
  • Experience of communicating at all levels, including drafting enforcement notices, escalations and presenting to senior stakeholders
  • Experience dealing with confiscation proceedings
  • A qualified lawyer would be advantageous but this is not a requirement for the role

Benefits of the role:

  • A discretionary bonus scheme
  • Competitive salary
  • Performance related pay progression
  • Opportunities for work progression
  • Generous flexible work opportunities
  • Enhanced parental leave arrangements
  • 25 days annual leave
  • Civil Service Pension

If you believe you have the necessary skills and experience for this role, please apply now, or contact Amy Swain at Sellick Partnership for a confidential chat on 0161 513 0886, or via email on amy.swain@sellickpartnership.co.uk.