At My Local Solicitor, we understand that many professional lawyers are no longer satisfied with what can often be a toxic and pressured working environment that can be detrimental to both their mental wellbeing and family life. Often working under overwhelming caseloads while serving increasingly demanding clients – with only a capped salary in return – entrepreneurial solicitors are seeking a more modern approach to their role.
We are now offering consulting solicitors an alternative to the traditional approach to practising law, while providing the same level of support and protection typically received at an established firm.
An agile way of working
We equip our self-employed consultants with the tools and room to be the architects of their own career path. We believe that unrealistic targets and long hours that keep solicitors from progressing are not beneficial to either them or the clients they serve.
Instead, we empower the solicitors with the freedom to fix their own targets and select when, where and how they work, to suit their individual needs. We know that self-motivated solicitors have the skills, experience and drive to manage their own workloads, providing appropriate council for clients around their daily lives.
We firmly believe consultants with an improved work-life balance will always be more productive and effective in their role.
Freedom with support
While working remotely and flexibly can be more convenient, at My Local Solicitor we understand that legal professionals can benefit from strong support that offers advice, security, and resources.
From setting their own pricing to selecting the hours they work, our consulting solicitors are afforded a flexible way of working while benefiting from expert advice, full indemnity insurance and secretarial services when required.
Not to mention, we also believe our solicitors should have the freedom to retire how and when they want to, and they will receive our full support to do so.
Get in touch today to become a part of our new and flexible approach to practising law.