Senior Enforcement Lawyer

  • Per Day
    £338
  • Location
    Greater London
  • Basis
    Contract

Senior Enforcement Lawyer – Tower Hamlet – 3 month contract – £338.85pd umbrella

Our client is looking for a Senior Enforcement Solicitor to join their team and help carry an extensive case load of high profile, complex and sensitive matters providing the full range of Legal Service necessary.

Main job responsibilities for this role include:

* To act as a senior lawyer in a team of Lawyers primarily responsible for enforcement and prosecutions including but not limited to crime and anti-social behaviour, environmental health, licensing, fraud, other regulatory, related advocacy, and to carry a varied, extensive and complex caseload as required dealing professionally, confidentially and sensitively with work arising within the Team ensuring that high quality legal services are delivered in a timely manner in accordance with any service level agreement and Lexcel Standards.
* Research, draft and prepare legal proceedings, witness statements, Court and other legal documents appropriate to the work undertaken by the Team.
* Attend Court and Tribunals to present and defend cases as necessary.
* Represent Legal Services at Cabinet meetings, Committees, working parties, panels and other meetings with Officers and outside bodies as necessary.

The perfect candidate will have:

* Knowledge or relevant legislation and legal and financial framework
* Understanding of current issues.
* Qualified as a solicitor, barrister or fellow of CILEX
* Demonstrate experience of managing, motivating and developing staff.
* Knowledge of legal procedures and standards that apply to the post including Lexcel and Investors in People

If you are interested in this position, please email your CV over to kbuenfeld@strgroup.co.uk with the job reference: 84472. If you have not heard back after 5 working days, please assume you have been unsuccessful in your application at this time.

strgroup is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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