There are no current vacancies at the Bar Council of Ireland
Office of the Attorney General
Closing date for applications: 13th March 2014
The Office of the Parliamentary Counsel to the Government (OPC) is a constituent part of the Office of the Attorney General. The OPC is responsible for the drafting of Government Bills, Government statutory instruments and certain other statutory instruments to be made by Ministers of the Government.
The Office of the Parliamentary Counsel is responsible for the provision of legislative drafting services to the Government, Ministers of the Government and certain other bodies.
Applicants must have been called to the Bar and be enrolled as a Barrister in the State or have been admitted and be enrolled as a Solicitor in the State and have practised as a Barrister or Solicitor in the State for not less than eight years. The ideal candidate should possess excellent managerial and organisational ability, with an emphasis on delivering quality output, excellent leadership, communication and interpersonal skills and substantial experience of drafting legislation.
Further details are available at PublicJobs.ie