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BCL Legal is a leading legal recruitment consultancy with offices in Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Liverpool, London and Reading.
With almost ten years' experience recruiting within conveyancing departments of legal businesses; our dedicated residential property team is able to service a broad range of providers of legal services relating to conveyancing. We have unrivalled market knowledge and relationships with leading specialist residential property firms as well as smaller high street practices. We assist candidates in their job search across all levels from assistant to partner level appointments.
Our conveyancing Linked In group is a forum for residential property professionals to discuss trends in the market and current affairs that are affecting the property market.
We have recently launched BCL Graduates which is a free graduate recruitment service. Our clients can search our database of legal graduates and contact them directly to arrange an interview. BCL Graduates offers firms a cost effective way of hiring graduates who they can invest in, through training and development and will ultimately fill the skill gaps that the recession created.
We also create a monthly e-zine called The Brief which is read by over 40,000 legal professionals and it includes interviews from high profile legal professionals and all the latest legal jobs.
If you would like to find out more about opportunities in conveyancing or are looking to recruit please call Azara Roger on 0845 241 0933.
Contact: Azara Roger
Tel: 0845 241 0933
Email: [email protected]
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