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Job Ad: Islington Law Centre is recruiting for an Asylum & Immigration Solicitor/Senior Caseworker


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Salary: £38,000 to £42,000

Salary is dependent on qualifications and experience. Plus 3% auto-enrolment pension contribution, in line with government criteria. 35-hour week, excellent Terms and Conditions.

Applications from those wishing to work part-time will be considered (minimum 21 hours per week) and salary calculated pro rata.

ISLINGTON LAW CENTRE, one of the largest Law Centres in the country, is seeking to recruit an experienced IAAS Level 2 or above Asylum & Immigration Solicitor/Senior Caseworker.

The successful applicant will join an experienced, creative team of dedicated professionals noted for their high-quality provision of specialist legal advice and representation. The team received a Category 1 score for their last Independent Peer Review for the Legal Aid Agency in relation to their Legal Aid casework and have had a number of successes in achieving notable outcomes for clients.

Experience of working to Legal Aid Contract processes is essential.

Please download the application pack from http://www.islingtonlaw.org.uk/news/

Closing date for applications: 5pm Wednesday 30 November 2022
Interviews: Thursday 8th December 2022

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