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Our Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners ranked client is in search of a highly skilled and experienced Supervising Solicitor to spearhead our Actions Against the Police Department. The ideal candidate will lead a team of legal professionals, handle a caseload of intricate matters, and offer strategic guidance to clients seeking redress for civil liberties violations, police misconduct, and associated legal concerns.

The Firm:
Our esteemed Legal 500 client is a full-service practice with a nationwide presence recognised for providing high quality legal advice to private and commercial clients. With client care at their core, the Firm comprises specialists with diverse expertise, drawn from top-tier UK firms, ensuring clients receive the highest quality advice. Understanding the intricacies of business, with many team members boasting hands-on experience in multi-million-pound companies, providing invaluable foresight and risk management skills.

What will be expected from you?
Substantial experience in handling actions against the police and related legal matters.
Demonstrated leadership, team management, and strategic planning skills through proven experience in a supervisory or managerial capacity.
Thorough knowledge of civil liberties, human rights law, and the legal framework governing police conduct and accountability.
Exceptional analytical, research, and problem-solving skills, with the ability to evaluate complex legal issues and devise effective strategies.
Strong communication, negotiation, and advocacy skills, enabling effective client representation in various forums.
Capability of working independently, managing multiple priorities, and thriving in a fast-paced, dynamic environment.
Dedication to upholding ethical standards, professionalism, and integrity in all aspects of legal practice.
Is this the opportunity for you?
To lead and manage a department of Fee Earners and support staff in actions against the police
To oversee complex legal matters, including civil claims, judicial reviews, and appeals related to police misconduct and violations of civil liberties.
Offer strategic advice and guidance to clients regarding their legal rights, options, and potential outcomes.
Conduct comprehensive legal research, analysis, and case preparation to support client representation.
Develop and implement case strategies to achieve favourable outcomes for clients, including negotiation, mediation, and litigation when necessary.
Forge and maintain robust relationships with clients, stakeholders, and relevant authorities to facilitate efficient communication and advocacy efforts.
To ensure compliance adherence to legal standards, regulations, and ethical guidelines throughout all aspects of case management and client representation.
Remain current on developments in pertinent areas of law, precedents, and best practices to augment the department's expertise and capabilities
In exchange the Firm provides a competitive salary and benefits package to include bereavement leave, enhanced maternity leave, health & wellbeing programme, life insurance, private medical insurance, sick pay and a positive and supportive work environment in a team takes pride in internal promotions.

Please contact Mia Henderson for more information, quoting reference number 36690

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£50000 – £60000/annumAnnum


Full TimePermanent



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