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  • £18000 - £31000/annum
1 year maternity contract Monday to Friday 9am - 5.30pm Duties: To draft Wills and LPA's To input data onto specifically designed software to produce Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney and declaration of severances To take Will drafting telephone or skype appointments To proof read Wills for spelling errors drafted by other members of the legal team. To discuss queries with clients or consultants when required by telephone or e-mail. To administer trusts To prepare renunciations To undertake first registrations and transfers To answer legal queries from clients and consultantsResponsible for: Meeting targets set by the Head of legal. Producing accurate documents Keeping up to date with cases and reportsSkills: Accuracy Computer literate Will drafting experienceIf you feel that this role doesn't match your skills and expertise, please visit our website for a variety of Permanent, Temporary and Contract vacancies. We endeavour to reply to all applications. However if you have not heard from us within 7 days you have been unsuccessful with this particular role. You are very welcome to apply to future advertisements placed by The Sammons Group. The Sammons Group is an Employment Business and Employment Agency as defined by the EAA Regulations 2003, and we abide by the Code of Practice of our industry body (the Recruitment & Employment Confederation - REC). We are committed to supporting and promoting diversity in the workplace, and welcome applications from candidates regardless of age, belief, disability, ethnic origin/nationality, gender/gender reassignment, marital/civil partnership status, pregnancy/maternity, or sexual orientation - we recruit on the basis of talent. If you require reasonable adjustments in the recruitment process, please let us know. We regret that as a recruitment consultancy we are unable to seek visas for applicants not holding current entitlement to work in the UK
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  • £12 - £14/day
Job Title:                            Legal Secretary Location:                            Cirencester, Gloucestershire Rate:                                    £12.00 - £14.00 Per Hour Term:                                   6 week contract Working hours                    9.00 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Monday to Friday (one-hour unpaid lunch break) *Please only apply if you have direct experience of legal property or conveyancing secretarial work The role requires you to provide secretarial assistance to fee earners. Recent and comprehensive conveyancing secretarial experience is required. This includes a wide range of tasks: • Preparing documents and correspondence, including preparing mail and enclosures • Audio typing • Online conveyancing forms and applications • Copying • Filing • Opening and closing matter files • Handling telephone and other queries from clients and others • Taking telephone messages • Making appointments and managing diaries
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  • £400 - £500/day
Property Litigation Lawyer- £(Apply online only) a day - Contract- Winchester or Daventry Officer My Client has released an exciting opportunityto join their team in either their Winchester or Daventry Office on a contract basis. This role will be to support the Client in the management of the Client's national portfolio of electronic communications services sites by providing advice on property law issues, in particular advising on strategy and managing legal aspects of Notice to Quits served by Landowners in relation to Client's occupational agreements and advising on and managing other dispute, enforcement and estate issues. Some Key Responsibilities: Undertaking a range of contentious legal matters applying expertise in property and electronic communications law including: - Providing strategic management of contentious legal issues arising on sites within the Company's property portfolio to secure the best legal outcome for the business, through a strong grounding in property law, and developing a good understanding of the Company's current and legacy business, the development of the telecommunications industry, the Companys contractual relationships with customers, and electronic communications law. - Managing the Company's case load of Notice to Quit (NTQ) sites, advising the company on legal options to defend or relocate the sites and implementing the legal solution with outsource suppliers where in line with business policy - Working as part of a team of business stakeholders on each contentious issue to ensure the best solution is identified and implemented. Some key experience: - Is able to instruct and manage external lawyers effectively and efficiently and share their knowledge easily with peers and with senior management. - The applicant should be commercially aware with the ability to work without secretarial support. The ability to use Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint is essential. To apply for this position please send a up to date CV to Nikki at (url removed) strgroup is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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  • £30 - £35/hour
An excellent opportunity has arisen for a Civil Litigation Lawyer to join a highly regarded local authority legal team based in a thriving area of the South West. The successful candidate for the Civil Litigation Lawyer role will have a strong litigous background, and will have dealt with litigants in person. The role will be to deal with a full caseload of litigious matters, more specifically relating to adult socialc care and recovering monies. This role would really suit a candidate who has worked within the public sector or alternatively a candidate who is keen to get a foot in the door within local government. The ideal Civil Litigation candidate will be available to start as soon as possible, 5 days per week, with 1-2 days working from home each week after a settling in period. This role is well situated and easily commutable by public transport. Depending on experience, the pay rate for this role will be £30-£35 per hour via an umbrella company. We encourage interested applicants to apply immediately to be considered for short listing. Alternatively should you require further information or wish to discuss your suitability before applying please contact Laura Hayward in our Manchester office for a confidential discussion. Sellick Partnership is a market-leading professional services recruitment specialist operating across the UK. Over the years we have built up an enviable relationship with employers and our expert team of consultants boast up-to-date market knowledge and a strong reputation making Sellick Partnership best placed to help you. Sellick Partnership is proud to be an equal opportunities employer. Please note our advertisements use years' experience and salary levels purely as a guide. We are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfil the role. For information on how your personal details may be used by Sellick Partnership, please review our data processing notice which can be found in the footer on our website
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  • £23 - £28/hour
This is an opportunity to work for a practice in the Warwickshire area. There is flexibility of work, 3 days a week of your choosing with the working hours of 9am-5.30pm. Hourly rate is negotiable for the right person but we are only looking to speak to candidates with a proven track record in Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence. You will be responsible for managing your own case load and be able to demonstrate that you have done this in the past. Knowledge of the Road Traffic Accident portal would be a benefit. Immediate start available, weekly pay and parking. This is ongoing, initially contracted for 6 months with the potential to be extended to 12 months. Please contact us for further details
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  • £50/hour umbrella/inside IR35
Our leading client within public sector is looking for a Principal Solicitor - Contracts, Procurement and Projects (locum) to lead a busy in-house team. The role is offered on a 3 months contract basis (possibility of extension) offering around £50/hour (umbrella/inside IR35) . The role is based in Kingston Upon Thames; however some home working can be facilitated. The work of the team is varied, including frameworks, DPS and term contracts of differing complexity, collaboration agreements, MOUs, IPR, construction contracts and other commercial legal issues. The role holder will also be advising chief officers and elected members of the Council The post holder will manage a friendly and welcoming 6 person team advising client departments of the Council and the Council's wholly-owned trading companies. The post holder will also ensure company secretarial compliance for the Council's trading companies (this will not require being named/registered at Companies House). Required experience and Skills: Qualified Solicitor with a back ground in Public procurement law. Awareness of GDPR and its impact on public contracts is essential. Ability to handle multi-disciplinary projects and company secretary responsibilities. Ability to handle own caseload of complex work alongside management of a team; Building effective relationships with key client departments; Attendance at and positive contributions to strategic board meetings Team management skills Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer. By applying for this role your details will be submitted to Adecco. Our Candidate Privacy Information Statement explains how we will use your information - please copy and paste the following link in to your browser
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  • £12000 - £13000/annum Pro rata
Looking for a part time receptionist for a 9 month fixed term contract role based in Edinburgh City Centre 2.5 days per week, 17 hours - flexible and open to discussion on the days/hours £12,593 to £13,096 - Pro rata Client Details My client is a well known legal firm based in Edinburgh City Centre. Description Ensure returned items are checked in on the catalogue and shelved/stored in correct location; Enquires vary in the time required but can include: account admin (passwords), suggesting resources, locating books, supplying journal articles, requesting items from other libraries, research on specific legal questions, ad hoc training; Challenge/approve invoices, record on expenditure spreadsheet and submit to Finance for processing. Store invoices electronically; Check Wildy and Avizandum websites for new publications; Book orders; Library partner meeting, including budget summary; and Loose-leafing (can be delegated to nearby secretaries when they have capacity). Profile Background as a Librarian is required, within a Law Firm would be advantageous; Reliability with a business-like attitude to the work involved; Flexible team worker with good communication skills; Excellent administrative and organisational skills; and High level of accuracy and attention to detail is essential. Job Offer Looking for a part time receptionist for a 9 month fixed term contract role based in Edinburgh City Centre. 2.5 days per week, 17 hours - flexible and open to discussion on the days/hours £12,593 to £13,096 - Pro rata
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JOB DESCRIPTION   JOB TITLE:                   Commercial Solicitor DEPARTMENT:               Legal   Akton Recruitment are actively seeking a Commercial Solicitor for a Client in the Llanrhydd area.  JOB PURPOSE To provide legal and procedural advice and assistance for the Client on a range of commercial and corporate matters, to advise and represent client departments on any complex procurement issues that may arise and develop solution focused, pragmatic service outcomes. To regularly provide the above advice and assistance in relation to collaborative projects, sometimes on an All Wales basis, where the Client is hosting or leading.    Requirements: Relevant experience in a similar role A suitably qualified and experienced solicitor Knowledege of how to use a computer for word processing and e-procurement systems Knowledge of the Welsh Language is desirable    For further information contact Matt on: (phone number removed)
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  • £16.94/hour
Legal Fraud Investigator Our client is a unique law enforcement organisation which both investigates and prosecutes the most serious economic crimes. They are seeking a Legal Fraud Investigator to join one of their teams for 3-6 months. Location: West End, London Position: Legal Fraud Investigator Pay Rate: £16.94 per hour Type: Full time, 36 hours a week Start Date: ASAP (pending vetting) Duration: 3-6 MonthsDue to the client involved a vetting period will be involved prior to start which will be discussed with successful candidates. Job Description: Taking an active part in the investigation, including developing lines of enquiry, gathering evidence. Prepare legal orders to require individuals and companies to produce documents or answer questions. Participate in searches of business and residential premises working in conjunction with the police and/or wider law enforcement community. Review large quantities of material to identify relevant information and progress lines of enquiry. Analyse financial records to identify the operation, participants, and victims of suspected economic crime. Planning and conducting interviews of victims, ordinary, and professional witnesses and obtain written statements which record all matters relevant to the investigation. Attending and making appropriate contributions to case conferences to ensure the team is updated on relevant case information and has input into active lines of enquiry. Contributing to the disclosure process in order to satisfy the obligations of the Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996 and act as disclosure officer as required. May be required to give evidence in court in support of cases. Required experience/knowledge/skills: Sound knowledge of investigation skills, tools and techniques Demonstrable experience of criminal, civil or other type of investigation work. This might include audit work, internal discipline and grievance investigations or similar Experience of drafting concise and accurate witness statements or reports Ability to gather, analyse and evaluate information and intelligence from a variety of sources including Digital Review Systems Ability to understand, interpret and explain financial information Ability to work both independently and within a small team, to strict deadlines Ability to establish and foster productive working relationships and contacts, both internal and external Effective use of MS Office, including Word, Excel and PowerPointIf this is the role for you, then apply today! Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Adecco is an equal opportunities provider Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer. By applying for this role your details will be submitted to Adecco. Our Candidate Privacy Information Statement explains how we will use your information - please copy and paste the following link in to your browser
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  • £32000 - £35000/annum
Our client has a vacancy for an in-house Commercial Paralegal, based upon a 12 month fixed term contract. The Legal Department is responsible for regulatory and legal compliance, for its contracts with clients, suppliers and partners. This is an integral role which manages commercial contract case load including drafting and reviewing contracts, providing information about GDPR and commercial contracts advice and supporting internal clients to deliver business opportunities related to commercial contract issues with a GDPR bias. Our client has many thousands of clients and suppliers, so the Legal Department is very busy. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES The main aspects of the role are to support the Head of Legal and Public Affairs to manage contracts with clients, suppliers, partners and mitigate risks. Your duties will include: • Provide contract management and preparation services to the businesses on a day-to–day basis. • Responsibility for drafting, negotiating and keeping up to date all standard terms and conditions, NDAs, supply agreements, I.T agreements and other ancillary agreements etc. • Support and advise on data protection law including GDPR, Data Protection Act 2018 and Supervisory Authority’s Guidance as well as assisting on administrative task relation to adverse range of areas i.e. litigation and GDPR. • Provide support in company secretarial matters including preparing, drafting and reviewing of board minutes, resolutions, and other governance documents, statutory filings and assisting with other corporate administration. • Conduct legal research in relation to legal developments and / or changes pertinent to the business. • Ensure that contracts are kept up to date in line with new legal developments especially GDPR, Modern Slavery and Brexit development (if any) to maximise their effectiveness for the Business. • Support data subject access requests, ensuring that they are fully dealt with promptly and without undue delay. • There is constant interaction with internal clients and Group Legal and DPO colleagues at all levels. • To provide administrative support. SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE • Previous experience in a similar role with exposure/experience in contractual and GDPR matters would be a significant advantage but they will provide training for the right individual. • Excellent customer service skills. • An eye for detail, strong organisational skills and able to take responsibility for own workload. • A law degree or business law and/or LPC (or equivalent qualifications) is essential. • Excellent in Microsoft word and excel Due to the large number of responses we receive it is not always possible to respond to every application. We will only contact those candidates short-listed for this role. If you have not heard from us within 7 days please assume you have been unsuccessful on this occasion. If you wish to apply for further roles please do so. We will retain your details on file and contact you should a suitable vacancy become available
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