LR LEGAL Recruitment has an exemplary track record as a legal recruiter for both the private practice and in-house markets: 95% of our clients refer us.
LR LEGAL Recruitment is an REC-accredited agency that specialises in recruiting permanent fee-earners, temporary legal staff and support staff.
Our highly respected consultants act for West End, major regional and High Street law firms across London and the South East.
Each legal recruiter has unrivalled knowledge of this market and its key players.
You will benefit from our:
Preferred legal recruiters LR Legal have years of legal recruitment experience and know the trials and tribulation clients encounter when trying to recruit the best candidates. Get comprehensive tips and advice from specialist legal recruiters LR LEGAL about the 10 things you don't want when recruiting.
Our founding director has eight years’ PQE as a solicitor specialising in Criminal Law with a major City firm and in Intellectual Property in-house with a major US group in the City.
LR LEGAL Recruitment also has the specialised expertise needed to recruit expert fee-earners and support staff for specialisms including:
Dispute Resolution (Civil)
Dispute Resolution (Commercial)
Criminal/White Collar Fraud
Personal Injury/Clinical Negligence
Private Client (Probate, Tax, Trusts)
Public Sector Law
Every legal professional seeking quality employment through LR LEGAL is meticulously interviewed, vetted and verified.
Our clients tell us we “tick every box” when it comes to detailed candidate checks. They include:
Find out why it pays to enlist a specialist legal recruitment agency in the current economic climate.
All our clients benefit from the LR LEGAL Recruitment Guarantee.
If your candidate leaves within the first three months of their contract, we will recruit their replacement for free.
All we ask is that you:
Find out more about how getting legal recruiters LR LEGAL fully involved in your recruitment process can help you find high quality candidates in short lead times. Download the article below to find out more:
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My contact at LR Legal, Alison, was friendly, helpful and efficient. She found me the perfect job to match my criteria and gave me continued support once I started. A great recruitment agency that I would definitely recommend.
Sandie Lang, (Legal Secretary, Kent)
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|Since the government published proposals to clamp down on perceived ‘false self-employment’ through onshore employment intermediaries back in December 2013, the REC has held meetings with HMRC and worked closely with members and stakeholders from the intermediary and freelance sectors to start formulating our response.|
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|A growing proportion of businesses have no capacity to take on more work without creating new jobs. However, shortages of suitable candidates in some skill areas could hinder growth. These are two key findings from JobsOutlook: The UK’s post-recession labour market, published today by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC).|
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|It’s not a new issue, but one that REC members continue to struggle with: getting clients to pay on time. This comes up regularly in REC forums and sector meetings, with many members, particularly SMEs, reporting that chasing payments is a major drain on resources that could otherwise be spent sourcing candidates and filling roles.|
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|The Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) has today announced recruitment franchise business Select Appointments has joined its business partner scheme.|
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|The Agency Workers Regulations 2010 (AWR) have been the focus of discussion again following the Employment Appeal Tribunal decision in the case of Moran and others v Ideal cleaning Services and Celanese Acetate, handed down on 14 December 2013.|
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