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Job Ad: Islington Law Centre is recruiting an Immigration Solicitor


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We are looking for an experienced Immigration Solicitor.

This is an opportunity to join a highly successful, creative and dynamic immigration team.

Islington Law Centre has a much-respected Immigration Team.  We are a category 1 Legal Aid Immigration provider and we have considerable experience across the range of immigration work with experience of running cases at all levels of the Tribunal and Court system including the Administrative Court, the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court.  We wish to further develop our public law work/practice.

This is an exciting opportunity for a solicitor to join a highly skilled, progressive and supportive team and to develop your practice in immigration/public law.  We are an expanding practice and currently have ten solicitors and caseworkers working in immigration at the Law Centre.   There are opportunities to work within a supportive team and to develop your areas of expertise.  The candidate must be an experienced IAAS Senior Caseworker or Supervising Senior Caseworker.

Salary: £42,400 to £46,787 depending upon experience.

29 days leave plus bank holidays.

For an application pack please contact Aniko Shabani on recruitment@islingtonlaw.org.uk

Or visit www.islingtonlaw.org.uk/news

Closing date for applications:  Monday 11th March 2024 at 5.00pm

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