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Criminal Duty Solicitor

  • £DOE
  • Coventry
  • Posted: 07/01/2024
  • Permanent
  • Job Ref: 215294525

Job Details

Criminal Duty Solicitor, West Midlands – PQE 2+ – Are you keen to progress your career within criminal law? Looking for a supportive and growing practice where you can build and develop your experience within criminal law. To apply or to register your interest, please contact Theresa on 0121 454 1004 and quote Job Ref:TL4525

JOB TITLE: Criminal Duty Solicitor
PQE: 2+
LOCATION: West Midlands
SALARY: Dependent on experience

With genuine prospects for career development, this established law firm are keen to appoint a Criminal Solicitor into their team in Ipswich. There are opportunities for a flexible approach to working and the appointed Criminal Duty Solicitor will be dealing with a varied caseload of matters and providing advice to both legally aided and private clients. In addition, you will also be expected to attend the police station and provide advice and advocacy in the Magistrates Court.

Ideally you will be Duty qualified and have proven technical experience managing your own caseload of criminal related matters as well as conducting your own advocacy. Open to all of levels of experience and must have experience of represent clients at the Magistrates Court and Police Station.

A regional practice who are well thought of West Midlands based practice with an excellent reputation for the services they provide across a range of matters. Calling all ambitious Criminal Lawyers seeking a new challenge in Coventry.

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