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Regulatory Lawyer

  • £70 000 - £75 000 per annum
  • London
  • Posted: 07/06/2024
  • Contract
  • Job Ref: 215295872

Job Details

REGULATORY LAWYER. 3 + PQE, LONDON/ HYBRID, 6 MONTH FIXED TERM CONTRACT, £70 000 - £75 000 per annum. Join a thriving organisation that offers many benefits such as, 31 days annual leave plus a holiday transfer scheme, hybrid working – a minimum of four days office presence per month, generous pension plan and many more! Job ref: 5872

JOB TITLE:      Regulatory Lawyer – 6 month FTC
LOCATION:      London / Hybrid - minimum 4 days per month in the office
EXPERIENCE:  3 + years’
SALARY:         £70 000 - £75 000 per annum

Our client is seeking an experienced Regulatory Lawyer to join their Team, offering legal guidance and oversight.

•A pivotal aspect of this role involves identifying and actively promoting change and improvement in decision-making processes and operational methods.

•The public body are considering candidates at Solicitor or Barrister level with experience leading a team dealing with high-volume casework.

•You should possess prior experience in overseeing a casework function within another regulatory body, coupled with a strong understanding of regulation, public law, and statutory appeals, including judicial reviews.

•To apply contact Kaye on 0207 183 8586 or email with your CV, or simply call for a confidential discussion.

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