Legal Jobs Nhs England

For other legal careers, you will need to show interest in medical legal issues, perhaps by studying an LLM (Master of Laws) or a course in medical law or medical law and ethics. Keep in mind that these courses do not qualify you to practise as a solicitor or barrister in the UK. Other legal career opportunities you might consider include: We have our own recruitment website which advertises vacancies via NHS Jobs, online recruitment sites as well as social media. You can search for jobs online, find jobs that match your skills, and apply online for NHS England jobs. If you`re not sure what you`re looking for, you can explore over 350 careers, compare specific opportunities, and complete a career quiz on the Health Careers website. On this page, you`ll find opportunities to work in law, the skills you need, and how to maximize your chances. The NHS offers many different roles, in different environments, with different ways of working in hundreds of organisations. It is difficult to balance law and a clinical career and maintain expertise in both, so most people choose one or the other. To practise as a solicitor or barrister in the UK, the training path for non-legal graduates consists of three stages: This creates a unique opportunity for individuals looking for a varied, flexible and challenging career in a world-class culture. You may want to consider training as a lawyer or lawyer. This can be attractive to doctors, as a career in law can appeal to the same intellectual abilities as medicine. However, access to education is highly competitive and can be expensive, with limited funding options.

It may be possible to be sponsored by a law firm or an organization affiliated with the Bar Association. Anyone working in any part of the NHS should feel part of a team where we bring out the best in everyone – inspiring each person and unlocking potential. To find out how we do this, read our People`s Promise 2020/21 now.