Legal Research Posts with the Law Reform Commission
The Law Reform Commission today posted an advertisement on its website recruiting legal researchers see here. The Law Reform Commission has not recruited legal researchers since 2008. Candidates for the post of legal researcher should have a law degree (at least at the 2:1 level or equivalent experience or qualification) and will normally have a postgraduate degree in law. An essential requirement is practical experience and/or aptitude in conducting legal research and a capacity to write well and competence with IT. These appointments will be made on a contract basis for one year. The closing date is noon – 29 April 2010.