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Job Ad: Central England Law Centre is recruiting for Immigration Law Clinic Supervisors – University of Warwick & Birmingham City University


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Central England Law Centre works in partnership with universities across the West Midlands to deliver advice to clients seeking immigration guidance via university Immigration Law student clinics. These clinics are an important route to free accredited immigration legal advice for people in Coventry and Birmingham who would not otherwise be able to afford it.

We are currently seeking two new team members, each of whom will take responsibility for the smooth running of a university student law clinic. Their role will be to work alongside the university, providing support and supervision to students in the research and preparation of legal advice to clients and completion of Exceptional Casework Funding (ECF) applicants.

You will be an OISC registered caseworker, or qualified solicitor or barrister experienced in the delivery of legal support to clients and in supervising and developing others.

Role 1 – University of Warwick

  • Part-time – 22.5 hours per week
  • Duration – 9-12 months (maternity cover)
  • Recruitment pack

Role 2 – Birmingham City University

N.B Whilst these roles are advertised as part-time, we are open to candidates seeking additional hours.

Information on the roles and the work of the Law Centre is provided in the recruitment packs above. To apply, please send your CV, covering letter and completed equality monitoring form to recruitment@centralenglandlc.org.uk

The closing date for applications is 10am on 21st August 2023.

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