Public Law Project is looking for a JFF- Trainee Solicitor
Do you want to train with our award-winning team of public lawyers?
Being a Justice First Fellow at Public Law Project (PLP) is a unique and fantastic experience. Our previous JFFs have thrived with us and gone on to good positions as public law experts after qualifying. The JFF Scheme, established by The Legal Education Foundation in 2014, is designed to support the next generation of lawyers working in social welfare law. PLP is a lawyer-led access to justice charity, founded in 1991. We act directly for individuals and organisations, and are consistently at the leading edge of access to justice issues. PLP life is busy, varied and very rewarding.
The training placement will start with us in January 2021. We particularly welcome individual applications from groups underrepresented in the legal profession.
Salary: £28,905.06 rising to £30,025.43 in the second year
Hours: 35 hours
Contract term: Two year fixed term with potential for PQ post for right candidate
The deadline for applications is 11.59pm on 14 September 2020.
To apply please complete the application form here: https://jff.
Applications open on 17th August 2020.