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Research Assistant for the Law Commission

There are only a few days lefts of our 2018 research assistant recruitment campaign: the deadline for applications is 1 February 2018 at 23:55 (the job is due to start on 03/09/2018 checks / timetable permitting).
Every year, the Law Commission recruits up to 18 research assistants to help make the law simple, modern and fair. The role is fixed-term for 51 weeks, with the possibility of renewal for a further year upon application.  It’s a fantastic opportunity to master complex areas of law and help shape UK legal reform, whilst working side by side with the Commissioners. Our research assistants develop a range of skills and gain professional experience that is hard to obtain anywhere else, and they all go onto great jobs in law and policy.
Further details on the role and eligibility can be found in our guide for applicants on our website
If you have any questions about outreach, please do not hesitate to contact us at:<>.

If students have any queries about the role and the application process not answered by our guide, please ask them to contact us at:<>.

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Abigail Gillett • 30/01/2018

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