Project for the Registration of Children as British Citizens (London) – Paralegal or Junior Solicitor
The Project for the Registration of Children as British Citizens (PRCBC) is the first and only organisation to focus directly on children and young adults and their right to British citizenship.
PRCBC is a small, registered charity and representing children and young people with their complex citizenship rights; undertaking strategic litigation and policy advocacy to remove legal and practical barriers to citizenship; and providing information and training to the public and professionals to increase knowledge of citizenship rights and capacity to secure these. All our work is conducted to the highest professional standards.
Job title: Paralegal or Junior Solicitor consultancy
Location: Hammersmith, London
Salary: £130-200 per day
Hours: ad hoc, average 2 days per week
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We would be able to pay between £130-200 per day depending on experience, qualifications, and skills. Please send your CV and covering letter addressing your suitability for the role to email@example.com
Due to our limited resources, PRCBC will therefore not be able to confirm receipt of any unsuccessful interest in connection with this ad.
The Project for the Registration of Children as British Citizens (PRCBC) is looking for a paralegal or junior solicitor who can support its work on an ad hoc consultancy basis on average 2 days per week. This may include Saturday working and it may be for at least a year.
The consultant will be providing casework and administrative support to Solange Valdez-Symonds, supervising solicitor and CEO at our office in Hammersmith, London. Due to the nature of work and our young clients there is no scope for working from home.
The work of the consultant will vary. It will include supporting PRCBC in all aspects of PRCBC’s work: complex citizenship casework, including litigation in the higher courts; delivering training to affected individuals and interested organisations; costs billing including legal aid claims etc. While support and instruction will be provided, the consultant will need to be well organised, efficient and committed to social justice.
The consultant must have a minimum of one year’s experience as a paralegal and have completed the Legal Practice Course or its equivalent or have qualified as a solicitor. The consultant must have excellent IT skills, work well under pressure, submit to DBS enhanced check.