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Researcher/Personal Assistant to Edward Fitzgerald QC
Tuesday, 12th December 2017
Edward Fitzgerald QC is the Joint Head of Doughty Street Chambers and is a leading practitioner in extradition, criminal law, human rights and international criminal law. He is looking for a Researcher/PA to start on 15th January 2018. The role is offered on a full time, self-employed basis at £130 per day.
The post would suit someone who has completed a law degree or similar training. Edward would ideally like someone to fill the role for a year or longer.
The post holder is expected to assist with preparation of cases, which will include legal research, production of bundles and liaising with instructing solicitors, junior counsel and Mr Fitzgerald’s clerks.
You will also be expected to deal with Mr Fitzgerald’s personal finance as well as assist with providing documents for internal meetings.
Interested candidates should send their CV and cover letter to Harriet Massie at email@example.com by 5pm on 18th December. Interviews will take place on 21st December.
If you require any more information about the post please contact Harriet Massie at the above email address.
Policy Forum for London Keynote Seminar 17 May 2018
Wednesday, 6th December 2017
Skills for Londoners - employer needs, devolution and implementing the London Skills Strategy
Anthony Impey, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Optimity and Member, Skills for Londoners Taskforce
Marilyn Hawkins, Associate FE Commissioner, Department for Education and Member, Skills for Londoners Taskforce
Councillor Darren Rodwell, Leader, London Borough of Barking and Dagenham and Executive Member, City Development, London Councils
Emily Chapman, National Union of Students; Joe Dromey, IPPR; Janette Welton-Pai, Construction Industry Training Board; Sarah Sturrock, South London Partnership and Jill Whittaker, HIT Training
Morning, Thursday, 17th May 2018
Counsel Magazine: Why bother with wellbeing?
Thursday, 9th November 2017
Systemic coach Zita Tulyahikayo and James Pereira QC discuss the importance of supporting wellbeing at the Bar and why it is so vital to barristers’ and chambers’ practice.
The article covers four main reasons why barristers and chambers should support wellbeing.
1. Stand out from the competition
2. Improve your work
3. It is not all about you
4. Professional duty
Click here to read the full article.
Westminster Legal Policy Forum Keynote Seminar 24 Jan 2018
Wednesday, 8th November 2017
Innovation in the legal services market - regulation, competition and technology
Crispin Passmore, Executive Director, Policy, Solicitors Regulation Authority
Caroline Wallace, Strategy Director, Legal Services Board
Christina Blacklaws, Vice President, The Law Society
Professor Stephen Mayson, Faculty of Laws, University College London
Lola Bello, Legal Services Consumer Panel; Suki Binjal, Lawyers in Local Government; Richard Brent, Briefing; Juan Crosby, PwC Legal; Simon Harper, LOD; Rachel Khiara, RSM Legal; Rita Leat, Professional Paralegal Register and Peter Wallqvist, RAVN Systems
Rt Hon the Lord Falconer of Thoroton
Morning, Wednesday, 24th January 2018
Westminster Education Forum Keynote Seminar 18 Jan 2018
Thursday, 2nd November 2017
Next steps for raising educational attainment and improving social mobility in England
Sarah Lewis, Deputy Director, Opportunity Areas, Department for Education;
Erika Boak, Head of Policy - Schools, Social Mobility Commission
Adrian Ball, Inspiration Trust; Matt Davis, Education Development Trust; Jack Fox, University of Kent; Paul Lewis, The Careers and Enterprise Company; Anna Ludwinek, Eurofound; Stuart Mathers, Education Endowment Foundation; Rosamund McNeil, National Education Union (NUT Section); Professor Kathryn Mitchell, University of Derby; Michelle Rainbow, North East Local Enterprise Partnership and Dr Chris Wilson, The Brilliant Club
Lord Griffiths of Burry Port and Baroness Stedman-Scott
Morning, Thursday, 18th January 2018