Chief Projects Assessor
ROLE DESCRIPTION: CHIEF PROJECTS ASSESSOR
The Law Society represents solicitors in England and Wales.
The Law Society's Diploma in Local Government Law and Practice is a one-year self-study course which can assist Solicitors, trainee solicitors, chartered legal executives and barristers to improve their knowledge and understanding of local government law and practice. The Diploma is an excellent way to demonstrate their commitment to the field, and can assist their career progression to more senior posts.
The Law Society is recruiting for a Chief Projects Assessor for the Diploma in Local Government.
The chief projects assessor is a member of the board of the Law Society’s Diploma in Local Government Law and Practice, with overall responsibility for setting and marking the three 4,000 word projects which form part of the assessment of candidates for the Diploma in Local Government Law and Practice.
A full description of the roles and responsibilities of the Chief Project Assessor is outline in the Role Profile.
Essential Knowledge, Skills and Experience
The successful applicant must be able to demonstrate that they have the requisite knowledge, skills and experience outlined in the Role Profile as attached.
The Application Form can be found attached. Applicants must submit the completed application form together with their CV.
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Closing Date: 31 July 2019.