Richmond Chambers LLP is an award-winning partnership of specialist immigration barristers. Established in 2013 as the first barrister-only immigration law firm, our lawyers specialise in all aspects of personal and business immigration law, with a focus on providing high quality immigration law advice and representation directly to members of the public.
We are currently recruiting legal associates at all levels to join our immigration team. This is an exciting opportunity for those looking to gain or further experience of the modern immigration bar.
You will work closely with, and in support of, our immigration barristers, assisting with visa applications, immigration appeals and judicial reviews across all areas of personal and business immigration law. Your responsibilities will vary, according to your level of previous experience, but may include: legal research, drafting, attending conferences, attending hearings and providing general casework administrative support. Our focus on direct access immigration work means that you will have a high level of client contact and responsibility from day one.
Chambers offers a friendly and supportive working environment. Our legal associates receive excellent training from both the barristers that they work alongside and through attending in-house and external training courses.
Our legal associates are eligible to apply for pupillage and have previously been successful in our open pupillage competitions. However, employment as a legal associate will not guarantee an offer of pupillage. We do not offer training contracts.
The successful applicant(s) will:
- have a good academic background with a minimum 2.1 degree, preferably in Law;
- be able to demonstrate an interest in and commitment to the field of immigration law;
- have a positive attitude;
- have excellent oral and written communication skills; and
- be able to maintain high professional standards of work, including working to strict deadlines.
The following are desirable but not essential:
- completed the BPTC or LPC;
- previous experience as a senior caseworker and/or current IAAS level 2 accreditation;
- language skills, especially Mandarin, Russian and/or Arabic.
How To Apply
Applications may be made by way of letter and CV addressed to our HR manager, Nancy Holland, at firstname.lastname@example.org . All applications will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
- Job types:
- Immigration Law Practice/Advice