Would you like to undertake varied, high quality work with like minded and supportive colleagues who are committed to public service and making a difference in local communities?
We are recruiting to permanent Criminal Litigation Lawyer/Senior Lawyer positions at HB Public Law. HBPL is a leading public sector legal practice providing legal services to a number of Local Authorities, schools and other public bodies, in North West London and the Home Counties. We are a Lexcel and IIP Gold accredited practice.
We are a Lexcel and IIP Gold accredited practice and pride ourselves on delivering a high quality service to six local authorities, schools and other public bodies in London and the South East.
About the position
The successful candidate will be required to carry a full caseload dealing with matters including, but not limited to:
- Conduct of criminal prosecutions including planning, environmental health, health & safety, licensing, and housing fraud
- Advice and training in respect of criminal investigation and regulatory enforcement
- Advocacy including contested trials in the magistrates’ court
You will be required to pick up a caseload from the outset and previous experience of criminal work is essential.
We will consider less experienced individuals with the right personal qualities and an excellent approach to client care who are able to grow into the role. Candidates from both the public and private sector are encouraged to apply for this position, as the practice’s current staff base is drawn from both sectors.
The role will be based primarily in our Harrow office, which offers excellent transport links. The post holder will serve multiple local authority clients and there will be some travel required to clients’ offices and to court.
Full details can be found in the role profile.
The successful candidate will not only have previous relevant experience but will also be a team player who takes pride in delivering a high quality service and is able to work under pressure. It is important that candidates are committed to the relevant area of law and have a genuine enthusiasm for their work.
The closing date for your application is Monday 17thJune 2019.
The role is a career graded post encompassing grades G10, G11 and MG1. Successful candidates who meet the threshold criteria for the relevant grade, as set out in the role profile, will be placed at the entry point for that grade. Internal applications for advancement to the next grade are considered on an annual basis.
If you would like a confidential conversation about the opportunity please call Isha Prince on 020 8424 1284.