The role of a LAMP Fellow requires full-time commitment. The periods when Parliament is in session will be the busiest time of the year for anyone working with Parliamentarians, as it is for all of us at PRS.
MPs are usually in Parliament anytime between 10am and 6pm. MPs typically meet with their Fellows and assign work either before they go to Parliament or after they return. During the session LAMP Fellows may have to brief their MPs on short notice on any matter.
Hence, during session the workload will be the maximum and the LAMP Fellow will need to be open to flexible working hours. The work of each LAMP Fellow will therefore differ greatly, depending on the work and requirements of their respective MPs.