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Project Lawyer job description

1. Casework

1.1 Provide authoritative legal advice and assistance to client groups by telephone, and in writing, on public law issues.

1.2 Accept complex case referrals, and to conduct and co-ordinate public law litigation (in particular judicial review) on behalf of individuals and organisations

• A barrister or solicitor qualified to practise in England and Wales

(essential)

 

• Degree educated (2:1 or above) or ability to demonstrate an

equivalent high level academic or professional achievement

(essential)

 

 

• Ability to assimilate and advise on a wide range of legal areas

quickly (essential)

 

• Ability to develop and deliver legal or strategic analysis, and to

set this out clearly for the relevant audience (essential)

 

• Experience in analysing large amounts of documentary evidence

and producing accurate schedules for use as evidence

(essential)

 

• Experience of enforcement of consumer protection law

(desirable)

 

• Demonstrable experience of working with multi-disciplinary

teams and preferably managing such teams (desirable)

 

3. Staffing responsibilities

3.1 To attend staff and Management Committee meetings, when necessary.

3.2 In conjunction with the Head of Casework and Project Administrator, to organise the

recruitment, orientation, and supervision of legal volunteers.

 

4. General

4.1 Contributing to the fulfilment of any reporting requirements

 

4.2 Compliance with all professional requirements. In particular, responsibilities to

individual clients may sometimes require the postholder to work outside normal

working hours.

4.3 Undertaking general administration and word-processing in connection with their work.

4.4 Participating with other staff in the day-to-day operation of activities.

4.5 Contributing as requested, and where appropriate, to policy work. This can

involve taking the lead in providing written responses to particular issues on PLP’s

behalf.

4.6 Representing at meetings and other fora, as required.

4.7 Undertake other tasks appropriate to the role as required.

4.8 Lawyers are expected to attend occasional evening meetings. These and other

events may also result in the post holder having to be away from home overnight.

 

However,  recognises that post holders may have caring and other commitments

and seeks to be as flexible as possible in this regard. In addition, reasonable notice will

be given of such commitments outside normal working hours where possible, and time

off in lieu may be taken by arrangement.

 

1.3 Participate in the staffing rota of the law advice lines for the benefit of individuals, voluntary sector organisations, (such as advice and law centres), solicitors in private practice and other client groups.

 

1.4 Assist client groups to identify common problems and issues and to advise on appropriate public law remedies and strategies to deal with them.

 

1.5 Conduct legal research where necessary in order to fulfil the responsibilities of this

post.

 

 

2. Training and Information Work

2.1 In conjunction with the Events & Resource Development Officer, and other staff

members where appropriate, to develop, maintain and disseminate information relating

to the field of public law and of relevance to client groups.

 

2.2 In conjunction with other staff members where appropriate, to develop, maintain and deliver training courses to client groups.

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