For Law Firms

Lawyer Services offer a unique and tailored service to our law firm clients from the provision of traditional resourcing solutions and client-friendly payment options, through to opportunities to grow and develop your business.

Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no meaning.”

Benjamin Franklin

We support law firm growth through five key services:

  1. Recruitment of legal talent
  2. The appointment of Legal Consultants, bringing in new expertise and revenue streams
  3. Connecting our law firm clients with our corporate clients seeking legal advice
  4. Facilitation of referred work across the network through ‘The Exchange’
  5. Outsourced sales and marketing services

Contact an expert

Email: help@lawyerservices.co.uk
Phone: 07950 951 567

How can we help you grow?

recruitmentservices

Lawyer Services sources senior lawyers and partners for private practices on a permanent, contract or temporary basis and we offer a number of flexible payment options to assist our clients manage their cash flow.

clientintro

Our Account Directors have existing relationships with corporate clients requiring legal advice. We connect our clients with our lawyer contacts and law firms to provide a seamless and managed service.

consultantlawyerappointments

Working closely with our clients, we source suitable Legal Consultants with followings for practice areas requiring consolidation, expansion or growth. We carefully manage the process, communication, contracts and transition for our clients and candidates.

exchange

Lawyer Services offers a unique service via ‘The Exchange’ a mechanism to refer work into the Lawyer Services’ network to benefit financially from managed referral arrangements.

marketingsupport

We offer a full range of sales and marketing services to our lawyers in the form of support with business plan production; targeting new business; sales management; pitching; branding; social media and event management on an ad-hoc, consulting or retained basis.