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Our client, a law enforcement organisation are looking to recruit a Criminal Law Disclosure Reviewer to work in a small structured team, working closely with the Disclosure Officers, Deputy and core investigation team to ensure all criminal law disclosure obligations are implemented as required.

Location: Flexible working, hybrid with offices based in Central London (Embankment). Possibility of full time remote if living outside of of a commutable distance.
Hours: Full-time, Monday to Friday, 36hrs
Pay Rate: £17.52 per hour
Start Date: ASAP (pending a security clearance which can take up to four weeks prior to starting)
Duration: 6 months with possibility of an extensionOverview

Undertaking a review of material on digital review platforms, identify relevant and sensitive material, as well as identify material capable of meeting the test for disclosure. CPIA knowledge and proven work experience mandatory for this role.Responsibilities

Reading into cases and attend team meetings as required.
Undertake a review of material on eDiscovery digital review platforms, identifying relevant and sensitive material, as well as identifying material capable of meeting the test for disclosure (undermine/assist).
To review large volumes of material accurately and consistently, whilst meeting daily targets.
To identify material which undermines the prosecution case and/or supports the defence case, and to bring this material to the attention of the Disclosure Officer or Prosecutor.
To be able to recognise potentially Legal Professional Privilege material and refer it to the appropriate team members.Skills/Experience needed

Essential;

Proven experience/knowledge of the Disclosure process, and the relevant legislation CPIA.
Proficiency in eDiscovery Review Platforms (Document Review) and Microsoft Office programmes (e.g. Excel and Word).
Ability to understand complex and technical information.
Ability to prioritise, multi-task and work independently within a team.
Ability to work to deadlines and targets effectively.
Good written and oral communication.
Excellent attention to detail.Desirable;

Criminal law experience and/or exposure to economic crime investigations.Why work with Adecco:

25 days annual leave 8 days bank holiday
Perks at work – discount vouchers and points to spend
Support program with 24/7 helpline
Eye care vouchers
Competitive pension schemeIf this is the role for you, then apply today! Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Adecco is an equal opportunities provider.

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£17.52/hourHour

 

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