Housing Rights works to improve lives by tackling homelessness and housing problems in Northern Ireland and is the leading provider of independent advice, training and information on housing and homelessness issues. Continue Reading Housing Rights 2022
Are you interested in a training contract to qualify as a solicitor within the field of social justice, in Northern Ireland? Housing Rights was established as a charity in 1964 and has an amazing opportunity to offer the successful candidate a fully funded training contract. Your IPLS fees will be covered and a competitive salary paid throughout your training period.
Housing Rights works to improve lives by tackling homelessness and housing problems in Northern Ireland and is the leading provider of independent advice, training and information on housing and homelessness issues.
Working within our legal advice team, you will play a key role in helping to develop legal and strategic casework and enacting positive change for clients. You may be assisting with: judicial reviews; county court appeals on homeless decisions; challenging decisions on matters such as succession, anti-social behaviour, benefits and of course, preventing evictions in high court and county court.
Our office is based in Belfast but services are provided to the whole of NI to a diverse range of clients.
Further information available here: https://www.housingrights.org.uk
Information about the IPLS Admissions process and deadlines here: Admissions | Institute of Professional Legal Studies | Queen’s University Belfast (qub.ac.uk)
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