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Saunders Law is a niche litigation firm, in the heart of legal London. Our people are at the heart of our success.

Our collegiate and down-to-earth approach is designed to make sure that every member of staff is supported and can achieve their potential. In all aspects of recruitment, we look for people who bring energy, enthusiasm and a commitment to the very best client care.

We are always keen to hear from qualified lawyers and / or consultants who are interested in working with us. Speculative CVs can be emailed, in confidence, to Matthew Purcell.

We work closely with local law schools and universities to meet our requirements for legal assistants and paralegals.

We do not currently offer traineeships or internships.

We do not accept CVs from recruitment agencies who are not on our PSL.

Saunders Law treats all individuals equally and with the same attention, courtesy and respect regardless of disability, age, gender, marital or civil partnership status, race, colour, national or ethnic origin, religious belief, sexual orientation or HIV status.

 

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