Service Care Solutions Ltd

Litigation Lawyer

Government Litigation Lawyer


Job Description


The Office of the Advocate General, a UK Government Legal department is seeking a talented and experienced Litigation Lawyer to join their team on a temporary basis.

The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work on a diverse range of litigation cases, including immigration, human rights, constitutional matters, and more.


Responsibilities



  • Undertaking litigation work for the UK Government in the Court of Session alongside other Court and tribunal litigation work.

  • Analysing legal points ranging in complexity in a number of areas and providing clear legal advice.

  • Managing workload in a flexible way and working to tight deadlines as required.

  • Building strong, collaborative working relationships with colleagues, clients and Counsel.


Requirements



  • A Scottish Qualified Solicitor with a valid practising certificate

  • Experience and knowledge in Litigation

  • Strong interpersonal skills

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills


Benefits



  • Opportunity to develop a broad range of litigation skills and experience

  • Challenging and stimulating work

  • Contact with a wide range of UK Government policy, legal and operational clients

  • Opportunity to become involved in corporate work


Contract Details



  • Starting date: Looking at 1st April 2024

  • Duration: 12 months initially with the possibility to extend up to 23 months


If you are a talented and experienced Litigation Lawyer looking for a challenging and stimulating role, then this is the perfect opportunity for you.


Apply now and take the first step towards a rewarding career within a supportive team and collaborative department.

Email:beth.kirby@servicecare.org.uk or call 01772208969 for more information.

We also offer a referral bonus up to £250 for placed candidates, so if you know someone who maybe interested in this role feel free to pass on the information or contact details.




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