Legal Jobs in Liverpool

If you looking to take the next step in your legal career, and are seeking a move to the Liverpool area, BCL Legal can help you through the legal recruitment process.

BCL Legal are experts in recruitment for the legal industry, with many of our consultants having worked within the legal sector in various areas of the UK we are well prepared to provide your law recruitment needs in Liverpool. We are able to offer a unique service to our candidates, who have the benefit of both our years of experience and our contacts in legal hubs including: Liverpool, Leeds, London and Birmingham.

We offer a wide selection of quality legal opportunities to our candidates in Liverpool, and ensure we regularly update the vacancies available so that you can rest assured that all the information available to you is reliable. Our team works hard to maintain our reputation as the premier recruitment service to the legal profession in Liverpool and across the UK, working diligently to ensure both candidate and client are carefully matched before any candidate is put forward for a role.


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Liverpool Office
Horton House
Exchange Flags
Liverpool
L2 3PF
Tel: 0845 872 3330
Fax: 0845 872 3331

Showing the most recent 5 jobs in Liverpool and Merseyside

Solicitor/ILEX/Industrial Disease Fee Earner

£20000.00 - £40000.00

Industrial Disease Fee Earner - Liverpool

Busy practice is seeking to recruit fee earners to join their Industrial Disease department to handle their own case load of NIHL claims from inception through to settlement.

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RTA Litigation Solicitor

£25000.00 - £35000.00

RTA Litigation Solicitor

Established personal injury firm require an RTA solicitor to join their expanding team. The firm have established work sources and can offer quality work.

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Commercial Law Re-train

£26000.00 - £27000.00

Commercial Law Re-train

Opportunity for solicitors from a variety of disciplines to retrain into commercial law.

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Industrial Disease Solicitor

£30000.00 - £40000.00

Industrial Disease Solicitor Merseyside

Established personal injury firm require an industrial disease solicitor to join its expanding team. The firm have established work sources and can offer quality work.

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Business Development and Marketing Director

£55000.00 - £65000.00

Business Development and Marketing Director

We are currently assisting a regional law firm with offices across the North West to recruit an enthusiastic and passionate Business Development and Marketing Manager.

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Working in Liverpool

Liverpool is an ideal place for legal professionals at any stage in their career to live and work, and has become an increasingly desirable area to live in thanks to the regeneration project of the last 10 years.

The city has always had magnificent views and walks because of its waterfront location, and now it has even more to offer with Liverpool One and the Commercial District. The development of Liverpool’s Commercial District has attracted dozens of prestigious names in recent years including DWF, Hill Dickinson and Investec Wealth, encouraging further investment into the area.

Outside of work, Liverpool has many historic and cultural sites to take in such as the internationally renowned Albert Docks, The Beatles museum, Tate Liverpool, World Museum Liverpool, Sefton Park Palm House and the Museum of Liverpool.

Working with BCL Legal

If you would like to take the next step in your career, whether you are a paralegal, a newly qualified solicitor or making the move to partner level, BCL Legal can help you get there. For more information about legal jobs in Liverpool please contact our team on 0845 241 0933.

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