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Employment lawyer job description

Employment law covers all legal matters related to employees in the workplace. Employment lawyers are involved in ensuring that the right procedures are used for hiring, managing employee relations, handling disputes between employers and their employees,...

Barristers’ clerk job description

Barristers’ clerks provide essential support for barristers and are responsible for the smooth running of administration and business in a set of chambers.Although a degree isn’t usually necessary to become a barristers’ clerk, it could improve your...

Solicitor job description

It is the role of a solicitor to provide clients with legal advice and act on their behalf if necessary. Solicitors work in many different areas such as local and central government, commerce, charities, the armed forces and in private practice. The specific work they...

Legal cashier job description

A legal cashier handles the finances of a solicitor’s practice or law firm. The term ‘legal cashier’ is in common use in England and Wales, however, terms such as legal accountant, financial controller, or legal accounts manager are also used. Legal...

Personal injury lawyer job description

A personal injury lawyer is hired to represent a person who has been injured physically or psychologically as a result of an accident, caused by a third party. Personal injury falls under Tort Law. Due to the Jackson Reforms coming in during 2013, the work...

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