Up to £300 per hour
7 months ago
Up to £300 per day
Contract - Full-time
Regulatory Lawyer required to join a Government Department in London. My client is looking for an organised and hard-working Solicitor or Barrister who is experienced in EU Law and Domestic Law in a Regulatory context.
The ideal candidate will have Regulatory experience, preferably from a government body or financial regulator, although those who have experience defending against a government body will also be considered. All must have experience in Information Law including data protection and freedom of information cases.
The role will be multi-faceted and will include; advising on EU Law and Domestic Law, advising on Data Protection Act matters, Freedom of Information Act requests and commercial confidentiality issues. The role will run until at least March 2020 with a possible extension.
Key Responsibilities of a Regulatory Lawyer
- Advising on EU and Domestic Law
- Advising on Information Law
Required skills and experience of the Regulatory Lawyer
- UK qualified Solicitor or Barrister with 3 years + PQE
- Advisory and litigation experience
- Information Law experience
- Sound working knowledge of EU and Domestic Law in a Regulatory context.
We encourage interested applicants to apply immediately to be considered for short listing. Alternatively should you require further information or wish to discuss your suitability before applying please contact Mark Bladen in our London office for a confidential discussion.
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