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Paralegal - Regulatory - Winchester

  • Job
    Entry Level / Graduate
  • Legal
  • Winchester

AI generated summary

  • You must have a 2:1 degree, strong IT and written skills, ability to adhere to deadlines, work well in a team, and be proactive and self-motivated.
  • You will manage cases, review evidence, prepare bundles, liaise with stakeholders, support through hearings, conduct witness interviews, draft legal documents, attend conferences, and conduct research.


  • A 2:1 undergraduate degree;
  • Ideally an LPC or BVC qualification (LPC would be preferred but is not essential)
  • Strong IT skills;
  • Ability to adhere to and manage deadlines;
  • Strong written skills;
  • Good administration skills;
  • Candidates will also be expected to demonstrate at interview that they:
  • Are able to work well as part of a team;
  • Can follow procedures and direction with precision
  • Are well organised;
  • Have good attention to detail;
  • Are able to work well under pressure;
  • Are proactive; and
  • Are self-motivated


  • Case management and case progression, under lawyer level supervision;
  • Evidence reviews and bundle preparation, including identifying disclosable and unused material;
  • Drafting instructions to counsel and experts;
  • Liaising with clients, witnesses, experts, counsel and other stakeholders;
  • Supporting stakeholders through the fitness to practise process, including supporting vulnerable witnesses and those with additional support needs;
  • Conducting witness interviews and drafting witness statements;
  • Drafting general correspondence and legal documents;
  • Assisting lawyers to draft advice to the client on evidence, case prospects and case progression;
  • Attending conferences and hearings;
  • Undertaking research

Application Process

  • As part of the interview process there will be a written test, details of which will be provided to those candidates the firm calls for interview; and the firm is only able to respond to candidates we call for interview.


What sets this firm apart in terms of regulatory law expertise?

Our firm is consistently ranked in the top tier in the Legal 500 and Chambers UK directories for Professional Discipline. Our expertise in both health and regulation, as well as our track record of handling thousands of regulatory cases, sets us apart from the competition.

Which regulators does the firm work for in the regulatory sector?

We work for seven of the ten health and social care regulators, as well as regulators in legal services and education. We have also represented our own regulators, the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) and the Bar Standards Board (BSB), on complex and high-profile cases.

What is the firm's reputation in the regulatory sectors?

Our reputation is built on providing proportionate, timely, and high-quality case preparation and presentation, demonstrating value for money. We stay at the forefront of regulation, legislative and policy changes, and best practices, ensuring we deliver services of high quality within agreed time frames.

Delivering results that matter.

Founded Year

Mission & Purpose

Capsticks is widely known for its specialist understanding of health, housing and social care. Our work and expertise in these complementary areas give us a unique insight into the challenges that they face, particularly as the delivery of their services becomes increasing integrated. Whether we're working in the public, private or third sector, guiding policy or using our expertise in the commercial arena, you name it, we know it inside out.