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To successfully complete the study & training required to become a solicitor
# Highly Numerate
# Experience working within an accounts environment
# Working knowledge of Solicitors' Accounts Rules
# Good communicator, the ability to communicate orally or in writing, confident telephone manner, tactful and diplomatic when under pressurised situations
# Effective team working and interpersonal skills.
# Experience of working alone or in a team under supervision, maintaining good working relationships with colleagues
# Ability to work under pressure and work longer hours when necessary
# Effective planning and organisational skills. Ability to concentrate on several area of work at one time, prioritising work load, delivering consistently to deadlines and reacting positively to changes and conflicting priorities
# Uses initiative, `can do` approach
Job description Trainee Solicitor
To assist caseworkers at court by preparing cases, liaising with witnesses and supporting counsel where required.
Maintain records of work & link to Law Society’s skills standards.
Plan and review of training programme with supervisor.
To arrange and attend professional courses and other activities to ensure that the Law Society’s training requirements are met.
Arrangement and completion of secondments as required by the Law Society.
Review and preparation of cases, under supervision.
To correspond with other CJS agencies, defence lawyers and counsel, under supervision.
To attend conferences with police and counsel and meetings with victims and witnesses, under supervision.
To provide advice to police on charging, under supervision.
To research law and report back to supervisor and other lawyers.
To shadow lawyers at Magistrates and Crown courts in order to gain experience of advocacy by observation.