A highly sought-after option for the legal sector
A less disruptive alternative to offshoring
Relocate – all or part – of your business to the regions
Considerable financial benefits
BCL Legal is the most trusted advisor when it comes to the relocation and expansion of legal services, and we've worked with many businesses to ensure effortless and successful Northshoring transitions. Contact us today to arrange a free consultation about your current situation and requirements
Ever-increasing labour and office costs in the Capital, combined with a desire to improve results, means a move to the regions is a highly sought after option for UK law firms and companies.
Over 90% of lawyers in the North are registered with BCL Legal, which means we provide access to a selection of the highest-quality lawyers from the regions.
Allen & Overy and Herbert Smith Freehills were two of the first international firms to Northshore in 2011. Since then, many other firms have followed suit:
After a slow-moving recruitment process to grow its legal team, this Cheshire Tech Company's General Counsel instructed BCL Legal's in-house team. After introducing two credible and suitable lawyers, the company hired both.Read the full case study
After several months searching for an antitrust lawyer through direct campaigns and utilising other legal recruiters, Samsung instructed BCL Legal.Read the full case study
In 2013, BCLs dedicated property team was instructed to assist in MyHomeMove’s national growth and continued expansion, including fee-earning and non-fee earning roles.Read the full case study
Over the last two years, ACS has had interesting and complex roles within the Commercial, Corporate Litigation and Property teams and approached BCL Legal to help.Read the full case study
BCL Legal placed the previous Regional Legal Counsel, Europe in 2012 who worked for the company for six years. Following a successful period of employment, during which they established the European legal function, the previous incumbent was ready to move on and found a new role elsewhere.Read the full case study
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