Legal Jobs in London

Working in the competitive and fast paced legal industry in London is an exciting prospect for many lawyers who wish to substantially advance their careers.

At BCL Legal our team are highly experienced in legal recruitment in London; working with a number of Magic Circle, Silver Circle and International Law Firms on both short term interim document review projects and securing candidates to work in permanent positions and fixed term contracts. Our network of valuable connections and years of experience enable us to offer advice and positions that will further a candidate’s progression in the industry.

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London Office
46 New Broad Street
Tel: 0203 651 5695
Fax: 0845 241 0931

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Real Estate Associate (Fixed Term Contract)

£80000.00 - £100000.00

Top City Firm seeks a mid level Real Estate Associate to join them immediately on a fixed term contract for up to 3 months, possibly longer.

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Property Locum

£30.00 - £35.00

Boutique firm based in Central London require an experienced Property Solicitor to provide cover for a fee earner in early August.

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Real Estate Finance FTC

£90000.00 - £150000.00

3 month fixed term contract opportunity for a senior real estate lawyer. Immediate start.

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Document Review Lawyers

£25.00 - £32.00

Document review lawyers are required by a Magic Circle firm.

Sought are qualified solicitors, paralegals or overseas qualified lawyers who are immediately available and able to work long hours including weekends.

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Property Locum

£35.00 - £45.00

Busy West End practice seeks an experienced Commercial Property locum to cover for the Head of Department.

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There are many advantages to gaining a legal job in London that few other large cities are able to provide. Some of the immediate benefits candidates enjoy when living in London include close proximity to fantastic sporting and entertainment events, as well as being surrounded by historical testaments to the law and politics of the land.

Where your legal career could lead

At BCL our law recruitment connections in London are of the highest quality and offer candidates extremely desirable roles to make their start towards a top position.

London is the epicentre of UK law and politics, and is where many lawyers aim to be at the peak of their career. The history of London’s law courts is one reason why lawyers strive so hard to be part of the city’s legacy working in buildings such as the Old Bailey and the Royal Courts of Justice.

The capital is also home to one of the world’s largest financial districts as it houses Goldman Sachs, the European Investment Bank and Morgan Stanley to name a few. Financial institutions such as these provide opportunities for lawyers and paralegals seeking in-house positions at world renowned corporations.

Working on the Strand in the City of Westminster provides ample opportunity for ambitious, talented lawyers who are driven to succeed in their careers as well as plenty of cultural opportunities.

Law Recruitment in London

Law recruitment in London is equally as competitive as the industry itself, as the top firms fight for the most talented lawyers.

From our office in the heart of London, you can remain confident that our relationships provide each candidate with the quality of opportunities you hope for to progress in your legal career.

Through regularly updating the legal posts available in London we ensure we are ahead of the curve; this way we are in a position to enhance your prospects whether you are a solicitor, legal secretary or hoping to take the next step towards becoming a partner.

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