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INTERIM WORKING – COULD THIS BE YOUR NEXT MOVE?

Jun 2020

More and more lawyers now choose to work on an interim or project basis.  For some it is an opportunity to return to or enter the market or when maternity leave or even a sabbatical has come to an end.  It can also provide foreign qualified lawyers with experience of working in the UK.  For many, however, it is a very firm and clear preference and provides them with the ability to exercise more control over their working life.  Of course, it may also be the best way for a lawyer who has been made redundant to continue to build his or her experience.

 

At FWA, we have an Interim Solutions™ Division which places qualified lawyers who are interested in or prefer to provide their services on a short-term or project basis.  We successfully place candidates within private practice, in-house and the public sector, thus providing solutions for both parties.

 

If interim working sounds like it could work for you, please contact us on

01294 850501 or at https://www.frasiawright.com/contact-us/

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