As a developing and fast paced law firm we are always on the lookout for high calibre candidates to join our team of freelance advocates.

These pages will help you find out what is involved in undertaking advocacy work and what advocates say about working with LPC Law. You can also find out about our recruitment and assessment processes.

We are currently recruiting for advocates based in all locations throughout England and Wales.

Advocates are required to have successfully completed a postgraduate Bar course, the Legal Practice Course or be SQE or FCILEx qualified.

We are now accepting applications from those due to graduate in 2024 (with a view to commencing work after graduation).

Prior to submitting your details, please ensure you have read and understood LPC Law's Recruitment Privacy Notice. Should you have any queries regarding the contents of the Privacy Notice, please contact the Data Protection Officer prior to submitting your application.

Please submit your CV and Supporting Statement to

Your supporting statement should address the following:

With reference to your own skills and experience, your knowledge of LPC Law and the advocacy role, please outline why you would be suitable to accept work from LPC Law and your motivations for applying (maximum 350 words).

Life as an Advocate Ambassador

Are you currently studying (or about to start) the Bar Course?

Campus Ambassadors

Life as an Advocate

Click here to find out more about life as a freelance Advocate

Life as an Advocate

Life as a Practising Solicitor or Barrister (Post Qualified Advocate)

Looking to increase or change your practice as a Barrister or Solicitor?

Life as an Post Qualified Advocate

How to Make it as a barrister?

At the Legal Cheek event "How to make it as a Barrister", watch our advocate David Earl, who was due to commence his pupillage after conducting over 500 hearings in just 10 months at LPC Law.

Watch the Video Here

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What We Look For

Check you have what is required in order for your application to be considered.

What We Look For

Our Recruitment Process

Find out the process to accepting your first instruction.

Our Recruitment Process

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