Supervisor - Actions Against the Police

  • London
  • Permanent
  • £40,000 - £50,000 per annum

Actions Against the Police Supervisor.

Why join this firm?

  • Ongoing training and support as part of a strong, growing multi-office team.
  • Paperless offices with recent IT investments for proficient work.
  • Hybrid working with trust-based management to meet targets and deadlines.
  • 25 days of annual leave plus bank holidays, Christmas, and New Year, increasing with service.
  • Attractive salary and bonus structures to share in the firm’s success.
  • Benefits:
    • Pension scheme with employer contribution.
    • Benenden Health Care.
    • Firm-provided laptop and mobile phone.
    • Additional perks and benefits, including bi-annual parties.
  • Blend of office and remote work.
  • Administrative support, dedicated telephony team, and efficient working practices.
  • Supportive supervision, annual appraisals, and salary reviews.
  • Engaging firm culture with bi-annual summer and Christmas parties.

Role Overview

I am seeking a highly skilled and experienced Supervising Solicitor to lead my clients Actions Against the Police Department. The successful candidate will oversee a team of legal professionals, manage a caseload of complex matters, and provide strategic guidance to clients seeking redress for civil liberties violations, police misconduct, and related legal issues.

Your Profile

  • Extensive experience in handling actions against the police and related legal matters.
  • Proven supervisory or managerial experience, with strong leadership and strategic planning skills.
  • Deep understanding of civil liberties, human rights law, and police conduct regulations.
  • Excellent analytical, research, problem-solving, communication, negotiation, and advocacy abilities.
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities and thrive in a fast-paced environment.
  • Commitment to ethical standards and professionalism.


  • Lead and manage a team of solicitors and legal assistants.
  • Oversee complex legal matters, including civil claims, judicial reviews, and appeals.
  • Provide strategic advice to clients on legal rights, options, and potential outcomes.
  • Conduct thorough legal research, analysis, and case preparation.
  • Develop and implement case strategies for favorable outcomes, including negotiation, mediation, and litigation.
  • Maintain strong client and stakeholder relationships.
  • Ensure compliance with legal standards, regulations, and ethical guidelines.
  • Stay updated on relevant legal developments, precedents, and best practices.

Join a multi-office, multi-service Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners recognized firm, committed to excellence across various legal fields. If you’re ready to lead and make a significant impact, I want to hear from you!

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