Consultancy Model Lawyers

Organisation
QED Legal LLP
Reference
41152
Contract Type
Full-Time
Practice Area
Agriculture/Rural Property, Asset Protection and Property, Banking, Commercial
Location
Glasgow or Edinburgh
Salary
£70000 to £200000
PQE
5+ yrs
This ad is specifically to reach out to solicitors with a following, who have been considering setting up their own firm, but don't want to deal with the back office hassle that goes along with that.

Job Description

This ad is specifically to reach out to solicitors with a following, who have been considering setting up their own firm, but don't want to deal with the back office hassle that goes along with that.

Because let's face it, who wants that?

If this is something you are thinking about, then this Chambers style firm could be your route forward. 

QED Legal's client has pioneered the consultancy business model for solicitors with followings who are looking to escape office politics, financial exposure and glass ceilings.   This suits candidates with good client followings, and as a reward you get to keep 70% of all billings, and the practice will take care of all back office functions, including compliance, IT, chasing fees, and regulatory responsibilities. 

You can work from home, and have complete flexibility as to which hours you chose to work. However you choose to work is up to you.

If you're an office based, 60 hours a week person then there's a home here for you. If you can get it done in 20 and from home, there's a home for you too. 

Your only remit will be to concentrate on your clients, the law and how you generate the revenue you need to make a great living for yourself. 

If you think your following is worth around £250k a year or more, then this is an absolute no brainer. 

You will join a group of lawyers with leading Legal 500 commercial law firm pedigree, with experience across all sectors - commercial, corporate, private equity, employment, commercial property, corporate finance, banking, funds, restructuring and insolvency.

This is genuinely a chance to chart your own path, without worrying about how you'll be able to take a holiday, or where the support will come from if you became a sole practitioner. 

So, if this sounds like you, there's only really one question left.

Why haven't you picked up the phone to me yet?