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Fortune Law are hiring
Wednesday, 10th April 2019
Fortune Law are hiring - Corporate Paralegal
Exciting opportunity for 2 permanent roles to progress your career with a boutique Central Law Firm based in the heart of the city.
This opportunity involves supporting the team of solicitors who focus solely on commercial and corporate work. One of the roles would give the opportunity to build and focus on restorations.
Fortune Law specialises in advising founders, entrepreneurs and start-ups. The key areas in which the firm operates are company commercial, dispute resolution, employment, commercial property and intellectual property.
More information can be found on our website; www.fortunelaw.com Both roles are extremely hands with a need for high levels of accuracy and attention to detail including meeting deadlines.
Excellent academics and written and oral English skills are required. Previous paralegal experience essential. Successful completion of LPC is necessary.
If you have a 2:1 or above from a reputable university and feel you meet the above requirements, then please send your CV with a covering letter detailing your commercial and/or restoration experience to the Practice Manager email@example.com , detailing your availability both to interview and start work should you be successful in your application. Immediate start. Salary depends on the level of experience but will meet current market expectations for a Central London boutique law firm
Fortune Law are hiring - Commercial Solicitor
Fortune Law has a fantastic new opportunity for a 1-3year PQE solicitor handling a variety of business commercial matters.
We are a boutique Central London Law Firm based in Chancery Lane. We specialise in supporting founders, entrepreneurs and start-ups. The key business areas which the firm advises on are company commercial, dispute resolution, employment, commercial property and intellectual property. This role is extremely hands on with a need for high levels of accuracy and attention to detail including meeting deadlines.
Excellent academics together with written and oral English skills are essential for this role along with having the ability to work under pressure and meet client expectations. We are a small and highly motivated team and are looking for someone with commercial acumen, sound legal knowledge and excellent client care skills.
If you have a 2:1 or above from a reputable university and feel you would be a great fit, then please send your CV with a covering letter with specific details of your commercial experience and career aspirations to the Practice Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org, detailing your availability both to interview and start work should you be successful in your application.
This position is available immediately and salary will depend on the level of experience but will meet current market expectations for a Central London boutique law firm.
Barrister opportunities at Morgan Sports Law
Thursday, 4th April 2019
Morgan Sports Law was founded in July 2013 as a specialist sports dispute resolution firm. We currently have opportunities for at least one barrister to join our team.
TMost of the firm’s work is heard before the Court of Arbitration for Sport, other sports disciplinary tribunals around the world and the High Court. The firm already has one in-house barrister, whose role is primarily focused on assisting with written and oral advocacy. Due to an increased caseload, we are recruiting another in-house barrister to assist with the firm’s written and oral advocacy. All of the firm’s written submissions are drafted in-house, and successful applicants would be heavily involved in that process.
Your qualifications and attributes
You will be a qualified barrister, of any call – the nature and scope of your work at the firm would be tailored to your experience and number of years’ call. You will also have:
• A strong desire to focus on sports disputes.
• An excellent academic background and legal training.
• Very strong written and oral advocacy skills.
• Fluency in English (additional languages would be an advantage but are not essential).
• The right to live and work in the UK.
Remuneration is competitive and will depend on experience. A portion will be based on merit/performance. The role is full-time and based predominantly in London/Surrey, with possible spells in Switzerland and opportunities for flexible working arrangements.
How to apply
To apply, please send a CV and covering letter to email@example.com by 31 May 2019. Please also include the following with your application:
- Contact details of two referees
- If you do not hold a UK passport or a passport of any other country in the European Economic Area or Switzerland, proof of your right to live and work in the UK/Switzerland.
Room for rent: Vauxhall SW8
Thursday, 4th April 2019
This two bedroom flat is conveniently situated close to Vauxhall underground station (zone 1) and the main line railway station.
A spare room is available to rent from a member of the Bar who uses the second bedroom in the flat occasionally. Would ideally suit student / pupil barrister / junior tenant.
£750 per month plus a share of the bills.
If interested please contact 07740554025.
Kalisher Intern 2019
Monday, 1st April 2019
The CCRC is the public body with statutory responsibility for investigating alleged miscarriages of justice in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. It is based in Birmingham. It is offering an internship, available to those who have completed the BPTC. This is an exciting opportunity to assist in the CCRC’s casework and to experience an unusual perspective of the criminal justice system
Kalisher Internship 2019
12 Months – commencing September 2019
Name of Employer
Criminal Cases Review Commission
HR or Business Admin Team
0121 233 1473
This information is enclosed with the application pack – see Key Tasks
Completion of the BPTC in 2018 or 2019
The annual salary is £16835 payable monthly.
Type of Role
The role of the Intern is two parts – to provide casework assistance to Case Review Managers (and others) in their review of cases and, secondly, to carry out a research project. There may be opportunities to be involved in project work.
How to Apply
Applications to be with the CCRC by:
5:00pm Monday 13 May 2019
Contact / Interview Dates
Shortlisted candidates will be notified in May 2019; and interviewed at the CCRC late May/June 2019, dates to be confirmed.
Paralegal positions with Candey
Monday, 1st April 2019
Excellent opportunity to join a boutique litigation practice based in Lincoln's Inn.
CANDEY is a leading litigation law firm specialising in high value global commercial disputes. The firm regularly acts against the world's largest law firms achieving outstanding results for our clients. We grasp key issues quickly, shape strategies, and deliver commercial solutions. We pride ourselves on standing shoulder to shoulder with our clients, investing time and resources to fund litigation, sharing risk as well as reward.
Your role would be varied and challenging, working in a small friendly team under the supervision of dynamic senior solicitors and barristers. We have a busy international practice and the nature of our disputes means that we are often in court.
Your responsibilities would include drafting letters, witness statements and applications, legal research, preparing bundles, carrying out disclosure review, attending Court, and working closely with our lawyers, clients and counsel. You will be involved in making strategic decisions and driving cases forward. We are offering an initial 12 month contract commencing 1 August 2019.
For those who have yet to secure a training contract or pupillage, training contracts may be offered. Our paralegals historically have all secured pupillage or a training contract. We are looking for exceptional candidates at the start of their legal careers.
You must have completed either the LPC or the BVC, be technically excellent, commercially driven with initiative and able to thrive in a small firm environment. Above all you will have a sense of humour and be a team player.
Please contact Louise Payne on firstname.lastname@example.org with a short covering email and a copy of your CV if this sounds of interest to you.