Senior Editor, Practical Law Restructuring & Insolvency
We are seeking a restructuring and insolvency legal lawyer (e.g. solicitor, barrister) to join the Practical Law Restructuring and Insolvency team in the UK. The role will provide opportunity to work on a wide range of issues in non-contentious corporate insolvency law and practice, and there is also opportunity to assist on materials involving individual or contentious insolvency if desired.
Practical Law is a leading online know-how service providing rigorous, peer-reviewed resources, such as practice notes, current awareness and standard documents to help legal professionals work smarter and advise with confidence. Practical Law is part of Thomson Reuters, one of the world’s most trusted providers of answers across law, tax, compliance, government and media.
About the role
As a senior editor in Practical Law, you will use your specialist legal knowledge of restructuring and insolvency to provide and maintain a wide range of Practical Law content. Working in a supportive team of highly experienced colleagues, you will deal with a breadth of interesting legal and editorial work including:
- Analysing the latest legal, regulatory and policy developments, deciding which items to cover and to what extent
- Creating new and maintaining existing materials spanning a variety of formats
- Commissioning, reviewing and editing content written internally and externally
- Answering legal questions submitted by subscribers daily through the Ask service
- Meeting with external customers and industry experts to maintain and build understanding of the latest trends and pressures in insolvency law and practice
In addition to this, a senior editor will assist:
- With marketing the Practical Law Restructuring and Insolvency service and engaging with subscribers
- The wider Thomson Reuters team (including Sweet & Maxwell, Lawtel and Westlaw), liaising with sales, marketing product management, technology and segment functions where necessary
The successful candidate is likely to have:
- At least five years’ post qualification experience (England & Wales) in either a law firm, in-house or at the bar
- A demonstrable interest and ability in writing
- In-depth understanding of insolvency work from a legal perspective
- Substantial experience in a range of corporate insolvency work
What’s in it for you?
You will work in a supportive, collegiate and flexible environment, with plenty of training, development and opportunities to explore new areas of law and practice. Thomson Reuters offer a competitive compensation package including a whole suite of benefits.
You can utilise your experience and expertise contributing to a market leading business, with a market leading team with market leading products.
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