At Allington Hughes Ltd, we are a close knit team with a warm and supportive working atmosphere. We offer excellent prospects to the right candidates.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Marketing Executive to join our friendly team. This is a standalone role and reports on a day to day basis to the Managing Director. You will be responsible for maintaining and building on our social media brand and digital presence. The role will also involve the following:
This role requires someone with a friendly and outgoing personality along with good organisational skills and attention to detail. Salary for this will be dependent on skills and experience and part time hours will be considered for the right candidate.
To apply for this role, please send in a covering letter and your CV to [email protected]. Closing date for applications is Wednesday 20th June 2018.
We are currently recruiting for a paralegal to join our conveyancing team in Wrexham. This role would ideally suit someone who has conveyancing experience as the main function of the job is to support one of our solicitors with a large caseload. You must be organised and able to use technology as well as having excellent communication skills. This is a permanent, full time role and salary will be dependent on skills and experience.
To apply, please send a covering letter and your CV to Tammy Hughes, Practice Manager at [email protected]. The closing date for applications is Friday 22nd June 2018.
We are currently recruiting for an experienced conveyancing legal secretary to join our busy team in Wrexham. You must have previous conveyancing experience for this role and be able to deal with multiple priorities on a daily basis. This role will suit someone who has excellent communication, typing and administration skills. Salary will be dependent on skills and experience.
To apply, please send a covering letter and CV to Tammy Hughes, Practice Manager at [email protected]. Closing date for this role is Friday 22nd June 2018.
Want to gain experience within a legal environment this summer?
Allington Hughes Law offer students the opportunity for a week’s work experience working in either our Wrexham, Chester or Llanrwst offices. During this week students will gain insight in to how a busy legal practice operates from day to day, the work carried out by the various departments, the values of Allington Hughes and the culture within the firm.
The week will provide the successful students with invaluable experience and will prepare them for the next stage in their career, be that starting the Legal Practice Course or starting their training contract. By working alongside our lawyers on active cases, the students will gain insight into the day to day working life of a lawyer, and how each departments works in practice.
Successful candidates will be chosen for a week’s work experience. The week will be in August at a date to be confirmed and agreed.
To apply, please send your CV and a short essay (no more than 250 words) with your views on the question below to [email protected] or by post, 10 Grosvenor Road, Wrexham, LL11 1SD.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: Wednesday 27th June at 5 pm
Question: Who should be able to decide whether or not life support keeping children alive should end? Should the medical professionals, judiciary or the family have the final say?
The recent case of Alfie Evans brought the discussion regarding the removal of life support treatment for children to light once more. The medical professionals at Alder Hay hospital argued that the ventilatory support was unkind and inhumane and therefore not in Alfie’s best interests, however the family disagreed. There were a number appeals and the case proceeded twice to the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court ruled that treatment should be withdrawn and did not agree that Alfie should be released from hospital care in Alder Hay to be transported for treatment in Italy. In no more than 250 words, please discuss who you think should be allowed to determine whether or not life support for a child should be withdrawn and why?
We always welcome speculative applications and will keep the details of promising candidates on file for future vacancies. please send your CV and covering letter to Director Ian Barnes who is based primarily at the Wrexham office at 10 Grosvenor Road, Wrexham, LL11 1SD or by email to [email protected].
Please note that e-mails are a non-secure method of communicating and we cannot guarantee that your e-mail will be received by us. We do have a filtering system in place, and would always recommend that if your e-mail is urgent, that you follow it up by telephone.
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