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WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR 

We welcome commercial and private client litigators, employment lawyers, family, human rights, mental health and other private client solicitors or legal executives/FILEX with at least 3 years post-qualifying experience to talk with us about opportunities at our innovative firm. We operate Chambers and are seeking lawyers who want to work on a self-employed basis, keeping their fees but sharing certain overhead costs including case management and accounting systems, professional indemnity insurance, and reception services.

You must be experienced in business development and be able to generate your own caseload through both existing contacts and referrals. 

Your client service skills should be excellent, and you must have experience of handling a broad range of commercial or private client matters. With strong networking skills and client development experience, you will be a lawyer with the ability to work autonomously, confident and motivated, IT-savvy and boast superb technical skills. You should be able to thrive in a flexible working environment.

 

    ARE YOU INTERESTED IN A CAREER IN LAW WITH US?

We are not restricted in the number of lawyers that can work for us or the area of law. We welcome enquiries from lawyers in most areas of law, save for Conveyancing and Personal Injury.

If you want to find out more or make an application to join us, email us with your CV and tell us a little about why you might be interested in being one of our consultants.

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Testimonials

 We were very impressed with the service we received. All staff were very friendly and helpful. They did not tire of my constant phone calls! 

Mrs L Carnegie, Conveyancing Client

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