The Children’s Law Centre (Belfast) has received funding from The Legal Education Foundation’s Justice First Fellowship Scheme to recruit an Apprentice Solicitor from May 2017 – August 2019.
The Legal Education Foundation will provide the Apprentice Solicitor with an agreed trainee solicitor’s salary for up to 2.5 years whilst a solicitor trainee at the Children’s Law Centre.
To qualify to apply for a Solicitor’s Apprenticeship at the Children’s Law Centre under the Justice First Fellowship Scheme, candidates must be eligible to apply for September 2017 admission to the Solicitor’s Practice Course at the Institute of Professional Legal Studies, Queen’s University, Belfast.
Appointment to an Apprenticeship shall be conditional upon the candidate subsequently being accepted onto the Solicitor’s Practice Course at the Institute of Professional Legal Studies, Queen’s University, Belfast, for the period from September 2017 – August 2019.
As well as completing their solicitor training, a key component of the Scheme is that the Justice First Fellows undertake a project, agreed with their host organisation, which will advance access to justice. The successful candidate will commence work on the access to justice project at Children’s Law Centre in May 2017.
For further information on the First Justice Fellowship Scheme please find attached The Legal Education Foundations Press Release, dated 15th August 2016.
The full job description and person specification for this post may be found at https://jff.thelegaleducationfoundation.org/host/childrens-law-centre/
Applications must be completed on-line and submitted via The Legal Education Foundation’s website. The Children’s Law Centre cannot accept applications directly from candidates. The online application form may be accessed at https://jff.thelegaleducationfoundation.org/how-to-apply/application-form/
The application process will go live on Monday 15th August 2016 and will close on Tuesday 20th September at 11.59 pm.Tweet