We have built an unrivalled track record of placing interim and contract lawyers at all levels of seniority into the leading UK and US law firms, boutique practices and regional players. In the last few years our clients have really started to see the benefits of hiring interim lawyers at all levels. This presents opportunities for top flight work at some of the world’s leading law firms.
We work with candidates at all levels, often helping them transition from permanent employment to interim and contract. There are many reasons why lawyers decide to work on an interim basis and we will always work with you to find the opportunity that works for you and fits around your requirements.
Benefits of working as an interim
being an interim gives you the opportunity to pursue other interests outside of the office, whether this be travelling or working in another career. By working on various contracts, you can still secure an income whilst fitting your work around other projects, commitments or hobbies
moving between various businesses will give you exposure to different types of work in different industry sectors
Managing external commitments
if you have additional commitments outside of the office (such as family responsibilities) a temporary role may allow you to work around these
working as an interim allows you to separate yourself from the everyday management and politics of an office environment
Our client, a technology-led financial services company, is looking to recruit an interim Commercial/Corporate lawyer to join their legal team for 3-6 months.
You will be responsible for the negotiation of key business contracts; supporting on tender bid submissions and internal projects; create relationships with third parties including external counsel, public authorities, and regulators; delivering legal advice to the business; drive compliance and limit business exposure.
The ideal candidate will have at least 3 years PQE in either commercial or corporate law, gained from either a law firm or in-house legal environment. An understanding of the FCA asset custody rules would also be beneficial.