We have vacancies for practising members of the Bar who wish to work as consultants (either full or part time basis) dealing with your own caseload in all stages. You can be a full member of a set of chambers and at the same time can work with us on part-time basis. You do not have to be registered for direct access work as your services will be delivered through our entity. We would welcome experienced barristers from all areas of law under English law.
We would particularly welcome retired Judges (all levels), QCs and senior counsel (who wish to undertake some work even after retirement) to join our mediation, arbitration and advisory panel whose services would be utilised on ad-hoc basis. We anticipate a considerable amount of advisory work (both written and oral) particularly from our foreign clients and therefore, keen to create our own panel of experts from different fields to undertake such works. We can guarantee to uphold confidentiality and their other reasonable terms and conditions for their services.
If you are a practising solicitor and wish to work with us on self-employed basis, please do contact us with your CV setting out your experiences and interest. We intend to have a strong team of lawyers to provide the best possible service to our clients.
Case Workers & Paralegals
If you have already completed your Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) or Legal Practice Course (LPC) and are looking for work as Caseworkers or Paralegals, we may have vacancies for you. Please write to us with your recent CV and a short cover letter.
We do offer voluntary work placements to law graduates or those who have completed their BPTC or LPC. If you are seeking such positions, please write to us with your CV. We may be able to offer you a place for an agreed period. If accepted, we normally cover travelling expenses.
We are committed to the implementation and promotion of equal opportunities and to ensuring an absence of direct or indirect discrimination on grounds of race, colour, ethnic or national origin, nationality, citizenship, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, age, religion or political persuasion.