The Scottish Law Commission are currently seeking a small number of law graduates for fixed-term appointments of one year, to work as legal assistants on current and planned law reform projects. Appointments will start at the beginning of September 2018. For more details of the work involved, see the guide to life as a legal assistant.
Allocations of work to legal assistants may vary, depending on the Commission’s priorities and on any new projects referred to the Commission.
The work allocation to legal assistants may relate to the following areas of work:
A review of section 53 of the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003;
Aspects of leases;
New projects under our Tenth Programme of Law Reform, to be published shortly;
Joint law reform projects being carried out with the Law Commission for England and Wales.
The salary will be £23,617 per annum.
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