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Position: Law Reform Lawyer – Criminal Law Team
Number of roles: 1
We are looking to recruit a criminal lawyer to join the criminal law team. We therefore invite applicants with general experience of criminal law.
Successful applicants will work on the criminal law team’s current and future core projects. Our current live projects include:
- Confiscation under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002
- Anti-money laundering in the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002
- A new Sentencing Code
- Misconduct in public office
- The criminal law relating to abusive and offensive online communication, and
- The law of search warrants
To find out more or to apply visit Civil Service Jobs.
The Law Commission is an inclusive environment and we recognise that, in order for law reform to be both fair and representative, those undertaking the work should be from as diverse a range of backgrounds as possible. We therefore particularly welcome applications from individuals with backgrounds traditionally under-represented in the law.
The Law Commission represents both England and Wales, so we are keen to encourage applications from Welsh speakers so as to help us maintain and develop our relationship with the people of Wales.