Leading London Chambers

Practice Manager

Salary – circa £45/50k per annum


Our client is a leading set of commercial barristers’ chambers, with a thriving domestic and international practice, comprising 59 barristers (28 Queen’s Counsel and 31 juniors), and 9 international members and honorary associates.

The barristers specialise in providing their services across the areas of construction and engineering; energy and natural resources; infrastructure and utilities; international arbitration; IT and technology; offshore construction and marine engineering; procurement and competition and associated professional negligence.

An opportunity has arisen for a Practice Manager to join the clerking team.

The Role

The Practice Manager will report to their Senior Practice Manager and share responsibility for a defined group of barristers. The Senior Practice Manager is ultimately responsible for the following duties, and the Practice Manager will work closely with them to cover these in addition to their own responsibilities:


    • Development of individual practice development plans and the monitoring of their progress.

    • Development of marketing plans for their team of barristers on an individual and group basis.

    • Development and coordination of appropriate marketing activities.


General duties include:

  • To promote members of Chambers and sell their services to clients and potential clients.

  • To attend performance management review meetings with members of Chambers along with the Senior Practice Manager.

  • Diary and practice management including the allocation and distribution of new work, booking hearings and conferences, fixing cases with courts, and advising professional clients of counsel’s availability.

  • Negotiation and agreement of fees for work done.

  • Recording fees and work done on the MLC Diary and fees system.

  • Supervision of more junior staff, as required.

  • Attendance at Chambers’ and clients’ functions (as required by the CEO/Director of Clerking).

  • Assistance in other areas of Chambers’ practice (as directed by the CEO/Director of Clerking).


Start date – immediate

Salary – circa £45/50k per annum

Hours: Chambers runs a shift system

Holiday entitlement - 20 days plus bank holidays (Year 2 – 22 days; Year 3 – 25 days).

Benefits on completion of probationary period include:

Bonus Scheme, Season Ticket Loan, Pension, Permanent Health Insurance, Life Insurance and Private Medical Insurance

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