Guidance

Prosecution lawyer vacancies in BIS: how to apply

Information for qualified lawyers wishing to apply for prosecution roles

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Essential Information

Job title Prosecution lawyer
Location London
Salary range £37,229 (min) to £58,382 (max) depending on PQE
Application form deadline Midday on 19 August 2015
Critical reasoning test opens 20 August 2015
Critical reasoning test deadline Midday on 25 August 2015
Interview dates 21 September to 2 October

Vacancy information

The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) is the Department for growth.

BIS Legal Services provides or procures all the legal work that the Department requires, including criminal enforcement. The main focus of BIS’s enforcement activity is to investigate and prosecute cases arising from individual and corporate insolvency proceedings and associated corporate fraud. We also prosecute other matters arising from BIS’s regulatory functions, such as Employment Agency Standards prosecutions. BIS’s enforcement function complements other enforcement agencies, such as the Serious Fraud Office.

We are looking for intellectually capable, highly motivated lawyers with powerful communication skills to join our enforcement team.

Vacancy notice

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General information for candidates

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Published 20 July 2015