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Prosecutions Lawyer, North Yorkshire – A unique opportunity for ambitious Solicitors or Barristers who are interested in a career in Prosecutions. To apply or to register your interest, please call Lauren Harris on and quote job ref: 9660 JOB TITLE: Prosecutions Lawyer LOCATION: North Yorkshire SALARY: up to £42,500 DOE THE ROLE: The appointed Solicitor or Barrister will be joining a national public sector organisation and will specialise in criminal prosecutions. A largely Court-based role, the successful Lawyer must be motivated to conduct advocacy in commutable Crown and Magistrates’ Courts on a regular basis and will be prosecuting on cases ranging from fraud to manslaughter. With exceptional and bespoke training to include mentoring and on-the-job tuition, this role is ideal for Lawyers who are keen to forge a highly rewarding career in criminal prosecutions. When not in Court, the Prosecutions Lawyer will be conducting casework to include case preparation, reviewing evidence and decision making. THE PROSECUTIONS LAWYER: Applications are welcomed from qualified Solicitors or Barristers who have a genuine interest in criminal prosecutions. Our client is keen to hear from Lawyers from any area of law, particularly those from contentious disciplines, with the desire to learn and develop a successful career in prosecutions. As a qualified Solicitor or Barrister, you will hold a full practising certificate and have gained qualification in England & Wales. eNL will never share your CV with a third party without your express permission. As part of our candidate care process, we aim to respond to all applications in 7 days. If you have not been contacted within this timescale, your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion. Please note our advertisements use PQE/salary level purely as a guide. At eNL we value diversity and inclusion. We want to attract people at all levels and encourage applications from all suitably qualified candidates, whatever your ethnicity, religion, age, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristics protected by law in the jurisdictions in which we operate.