Morgan Hunt are currently partnering exclusively with a Regulator within Central Government in their search for a Temporary to Permanent Public and Regulatory Lawyer to join their team in London.
As a Public and Regulatory Lawyer you will be responsible for providing legal advice on a variety of legal issues regarding the public sector, including Employment Law and Contracts & Procurement Law.
The successful post-holder will be responsible for providing legal advice and conducting a range of legal work, partly focused around areas of generalist Public Law (including Employment, Contracts & Procurement Law etc).
They will also be responsible for undertaking more specific Regulatory legal work, such as drafting Statutory Guidance, interpreting regulations and work relating to Data & Information Law.
You will need to be a confident individual, who is willing to work in a professional, governmental department as part of a small legal team. You will need to be motivated and be able to complete the bulk of case and workload on your own.
This is a fantastic opportunity to gain vital experience in central government, in an organisation that encourages growth and has fantastic training opportunities. The benefits of this organisation include a Civil Service Pension, 30 days annual leave (including bank holidays), flexible working arrangements and generous CPD schemes.
Job Title: Public and Regulatory Lawyer
Location: Hybrid (1 day a week in Westminster for meetings)
Annual Salary: £51,000 - £63,500 (or daily equivalent on PAYE or Umbrella)
Hours: Full-Time (37 hours per week)
Job Type: Temporary to permanent
If you are interested in this fantastic Public and Regulatory Lawyer opportunity based in London, then please apply with an up-to-date CV!
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