barristers, solicitors, solicitor advocates who wish to transfer to the Bar, 3rd six pupils, European lawyers and professionals who are able to practice at the Bar within the rules set out by the BSB. People who provide a high level of service and want to be part of a great team.
Barristers must have an existing practice in one or more of our six practice areas: personal injury (including inquests and clinical negligence), costs, employment, road traffic (including credit hire and fraud), family and commercial. You must have billed over £100k per year for 3 years running or be able to provide a clear business plan setting out how you intend to achieve this minimum level of earnings.
In addition to this, we are looking for confident and ambitious people with a positive vision of their future, who can see what they want their practice to look like in 5 years time and, more importantly, can understand and demonstrate precisely how they are going to achieve that, with our help.
We want people who share our enthusiasm and drive to develop their business. People who are genuinely committed to our high standards of client care, who are able to show that they appreciate the work they receive by going the extra mile for their clients, both lay and professional. People who are comfortable marketing themselves in different ways, who are able to network confidently both offline and online. We are looking to work with people who can see opportunities, appreciate their importance, and act on them; people who are swift and effective communicators, who are flexible to the demands of the market and see practice development as a way of life rather than as an occasional necessity.
Law of Compensation - Your income is determined by how many people you serve and how well you serve them."
- John Jantsch - The Referral Engine.
For more information on how to apply please contact Martin Davies on 01823 704072 (email@example.com)
Barristers, solicitors and solicitor advocates who wish to transfer to the Bar, 3rd six pupils, European lawyers and anyone who is able to practice at the Bar within the rules as set out by the Bar Standards Board.View Criteria