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Found 25 Solicitor, Public sector/Charities, Full time, Locum/Contract jobs for £50,000-£59,999

  • Data Protection and Legal Counsel

    • London (Central), London (Greater)
    • £55,000.00- £65,000.00
    • LAW Absolute

    High profile charity seeks a Data Protection expert.

  • Part-time Property Locum

    • England, Hertfordshire
    • £20 - £28 per hour
    • Sellick Partnership (Legal) Limited

    An exciting opportunity has arisen for a part time property locum to undertake an assignment on a locum basis for a period of 3 months initially withi

  • HMRC Litigation Lawyer

    • England, London
    • £25 - £26 per hour + + Holidays
    • Sellick Partnership (Legal) Limited

    VAT Litigation Lawyer £25-26ph PAYE + Holiday pay Contract - Full-time LondonLitigation Lawyer required to join the Solicitor's Office and Legal Oper

  • Government Litigation Lawyers x 6

    • England, London
    • £25 - £34 per hour
    • Sellick Partnership (Legal) Limited

    Public Law Litigation Lawyers - Government Legal Department x6

  • Litigation/Public Lawyer

    • Manchester, Greater Manchester
    • £25.00 per hour
    • LAW Absolute

    We are looking for a qualified solicitor or barrister to start work in central government.

  • Licensing and Litigation Support Lawyer

    • England, Cheshire
    • £25 - £30 per hour
    • Sellick Partnership (Legal) Limited

    Sellick Partnership are recruiting a Licensing and Litigation Support Lawyer to join a well-respected local authority in Cheshire on a locum basis. Th

  • Inquest Manager

    • London (Central), London (Greater)
    • £44, 347.00 - £45,542.00
    • LAW Absolute

    Seeking an experienced Hearings Lawyer to join their team on a fixed term contract

  • Childcare Lawyer

    • England, South Yorkshire
    • £18 - £45 per hour + + Outside IR35
    • Sellick Partnership (Legal) Limited

    Sellick Partnership are recruiting to a number of Childcare Lawyer positions with South Yorkshire based Local Authorities, one of which will fall outs

  • Litigation Lawyer

    • England, County Durham, Darlington
    • £23 - £29 per hour + DOE
    • Sellick Partnership (Legal) Limited

    A Central Government organisation based in Darlington are seeking a Litigation Lawyer to join their team for a period of 6 months initially.This role

  • Personal Injury Lawyer

    • England, London
    • Negotiable
    • Sellick Partnership (Legal) Limited

    Personal Injury Lawyer required to join the Government Legal Department to deal with personal injury claims and claims for false imprisonment

  • Government Employment Lawyer

    • England, London, City of London
    • Negotiable
    • Sellick Partnership (Legal) Limited

    Government Employment Lawyer Contract - Full-time£25-34ph LondonAbout the Role: Employment Lawyer required to join the Government Legal Department on

  • Contracts Lawyer

    • England, Hertfordshire
    • £ Competitive
    • Sellick Partnership (Legal) Limited

    Contracts LawyerLocal AuthorityHertfordshire3 months + Contracts Lawyer required to join a busy Local Authority in Hertfordshire on a locum basis.Our

  • Clinical Negligence Solicitor

    • England, London
    • £50000 - £55000 per annum
    • Hays Legal

    Your new company A membership organisation for optometrists and other optical professionals based in central London. They are looking for a Clinical N

  • Childcare Lawyer

    • Southampton, Hampshire
    • £35.00 - £45.00 per hour
    • LAW Absolute

    Are you ready to try something new? LAW Absolute is recruiting to a locum Childcare Lawyer position with a vibrant and welcoming local authority ba...

  • Contracts Lawyer/Legal Executive

    • England, East Anglia
    • Negotiable
    • Sellick Partnership (Legal) Limited

    Are you a Legal Executive or Newly Qualified Lawyer seeking an opportunity to expand on your Contracts experience? This opportunity is not to be misse