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FromCounsel

  • Sector:

    Disputes

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Contact email:

    jobs@fromcounsel.com

  • Published:

    165 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    21 March 2022

Knowledge Lawyer – Disputes

Exciting new role in leading online intelligence service

Are you an outstanding barrister looking for a change of direction? Wanting to obtain a better work life balance and yet remain at the cutting edge of legal developments?

FromCounsel, the leading online legal intelligence service for law firms and in-house lawyers, is looking for litigation and disputes lawyers to join its Knowledge Team on either a full-time or part-time basis.

This is an unrivalled opportunity to join a dynamic and rapidly expanding digital business in a newly created role. We are in an exciting phase of our ongoing development and you will play an integral part in the growth of a ground-breaking legal information service. The successful candidates will be instrumental in developing and building out our knowledge service into a new area, with support from expert barristers from leading chambers, our talented team of experienced inhouse knowledge lawyers and our excellent legal editorial team.

Together with strong technical legal disputes knowledge, candidates must have at least 3 years’ PQE and broad

experience of litigation in the UK (whether at the Bar or within a law firm).  You will be responsible for writing, reviewing, editing and maintaining first class informative content for FromCounsel’s new Disputes service. The role is varied with significant scope to input into the development of the service from its inception and its interaction with other content streams.

If you are interested in finding out more about, or in applying for, this exciting opportunity, please send your CV to

jobs@fromcounsel.com, quoting reference ‘FC - DISPUTES’.

Apply here

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