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Junior Lawyer Job Description

Under supervision of the Legal Services Manager, the post holder as part of the legal team will be responsible for contributing to the provision of a comprehensive legal service on its liabilities, obligations and in the identification of risks, to allow the work of the Agency to be undertaken within the appropriate legal structure



• Solicitor or barrister qualified to practise in England & Wales with a right to conduct

litigation in the courts of England and Wales (essential)


• Have at least a 2:1 degree or evidence of similar ability. Capable of analysing problems

rigorously and from all angles, showing sound practical judgement as well as academic

ability (essential)



• Have experience in conducting and managing litigation confidently with limited

supervision and have a sound understanding and awareness of litigation processes and


the application of civil procedure rules (essential)

• Sound staff management experience (desirable)




• A good knowledge of public and administrative law, including human rights issues and

judicial review or a clear ability to acquire the necessary knowledge within a short

space of time (desirable)


• Good working knowledge of competition and/or consumer law (desirable)



• Ability to grasp quickly and accurately new and complex concepts and areas of law


• Ability to work under pressure and as part of a team (essential)

• Ability to balance priorities and co-ordinate work effectively in order to meet deadlines

and deal with high workloads (essential)

• Sound written and oral communication skills to give authoritative advice and influence

colleagues and external stakeholders (essential)

• Aptitude for project management and leadership skills to ensure delivery of litigation


• Ability to deliver training to other colleagues (desirable)


• Advise and assist on legal matters in connection with  activities.


• Assist with ensuring that the  conforms to statutory requirements and that any areas of action or improvement are highlighted in a timely and appropriate manner.

• Provide support to  teams in documenting grant funding arrangements.


• Negotiate terms and conditions for the Agency with external suppliers.

• Work with the Legal Services Manager to ensure legal best practice, efficiency and effectiveness of procedures and methodologies of the Agency.


• Produce relevant reports.  

• Supervise the management of all legal documentation for the legal team.


• Provide training in legal matters for Agency officers.

• Conduct research on legal issues for the legal team

• Assist the Legal Services Manager in managing the  Panel of Solicitors

Decision Making


Officers will look to the post holder for legal advice and direction.  The postholder will make decisions, using their professional judgment and consulting as appropriate with senior members of the legal team, on the implementation and documentation of Agency Projects.


Planning and Organising


The post holder will assist the Legal Services Manager to ensure that all aspects of legal work associated with the Regional Economic Strategy, Corporate Plan and Strategic Investment Plan are properly addressed during implementation.


The postholder will be responsible for legal updating to ensure that the legal team (and where appropriate Agency officers) are kept up to date with legal developments.


The postholder will be responsible for the content of the Legal pages on the Agency’s intranet