Senior Knowledge Lawyer (Financial Services) – Glasgow/Edinburgh/Hybrid

Practice Area: Banking, Financial Services, Regulatory, PSL, Retail Banking, Financial Regulation, Risk, Asset Management, Dispute Resolution
Level: Associate, Part-Time, Full Time
Section: Law Firm
Location: Glasgow, Remote, Scotland, Central Belt, Edinburgh
Ref: FW8792

This award-winning law firm is recruiting a senior Knowledge Lawyer to join its Banking & Lender team on either a full-time or part-time basis. This role can be based from Edinburgh or Glasgow with hybrid working.

The primary focus of the role is to provide support to the firm’s Financial Services Disputes & Investigations team. Key responsibilities include:

  • Creating and delivering internal training programmes to fee earners including trainee programmes.
  • Developing and maintaining precedents, and guiding fee earners to external resources, which will be collated and annotated.
  • Addressing complex legal queries from fee earners.
  • Identifying potential risks and working with the Risk team to minimise these.
  • Providing support to the Financial Services Regulatory team as needed.

The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 5 years’ PQE and strong legal drafting skills. The role would be suited to someone working in a similar position, or those who are looking to move from a fee-earning background. If this position is of interest, please do not hesitate to contact either Cameron or Frasia for an initial and confidential discussion. (Assignment 15777)

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