Criminal Defence Duty Solicitor - Lancashire

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England, Lancashire, Lancaster
27 Feb 2018
27 Mar 2018
Leanne Taylor
Practice area
2 years
Full time
Contract type

Solicitor - Crime and Duty
North West
Salary Negotiable based on experience

My client is a well known and established law firm with offices throughout the UK; they are a specialist law firm dealing with all aspects of Crime and have a number of Duty slots throughout the North West.

The Role:
To manage a personal caseload of various criminal matters as well as assisting either a partner or director when required whilst also acting as a Duty Solicitor and attend police station on a rota basis (both in and out of hours). Files will include but not limited to:
Motoring Offences
White Collar Crime
General Criminal Matters

The Candidate:
Ideally you will be a minimum of 2 years PQE and will be duty registered. It would be beneficial if you were HCA qualified but this is not essential for this role.

If this is a role that sounds of interest to you, please send your CV across to Leanne at Clayton Legal on the link provided or alternatively call Clayton Legal to enquire about other opportunities. Please ensure before applying you have the prerequisite experience outlined above.

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