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Lawyer vacancy in the Law Commission

Information on the Law Reform Lawyer vacancy at the Law Commission

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Headline Information

Department Law Commission
Division Criminal Team
Job title Law Reform Lawyer
Location London
Salary Range £53,590 to £72,368
Contract Fixed-Term, up to 18 months
Application deadline Wednesday 13 September at 23:55 hours

The Law Commission is the statutory body set up under the Law Commissions Act 1965 to keep the law of England and Wales under review and to recommend reform where it is needed. It is an independent non-departmental body sponsored by the Ministry of Justice.

The Law Commission will shortly be settling its 13th Programme of Law Reform.

We are looking for an experienced criminal lawyer to join the Law Commission’s criminal law team, typically with particular responsibility for one project, but possibly contributing to other projects also.

For further information on the post and to apply, please visit the Civil Service Jobs Website.

Published 30 August 2017