Why do we have this role?
Practical Law is a time-saving online legal guidance and know-how solution. It is relatively new to Australia, despite its deep history in the United Kingdom and the United States. We're still growing our local offering, and we're looking for a creative, commercial, experienced regulatory lawyer to help us scope, project manage, create and deliver a new suite of resources to help lawyers advise their clients on how to comply with regulatory frameworks and how to deal with regulators, regulatory investigations and regulatory litigation.
About Practical Law
Practical Law empowers law firms and legal departments to act with confidence by relying on up-to-date practical guides, precedents, and legal updates that help them navigate their way through legal issues and focus their deeper research. Practical Law's content is created by a high calibre team comprised of ex-top tier and senior in-house lawyers with substantial practicing experience.
As a Senior Writer, Regulatory, Compliance and Investigations, you will write and develop premium content resources to be used by practising lawyers and play a key role in the ongoing success of the team.
In this highly collaborative role, and with guidance from the Head of Dispute Resolution, you will use your experience gained from legal practice to:
To be successful in this role you will need to meet following requirements:
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