Solicitors With A Following
We are always open to applications from qualified solicitors who have their own business to join our teams in either Liverpool or London.
We will consider all levels of qualification and experience and we are open to both full-time and part-time / consultancy basis positions.
We would be particularly interested in hearing from practitioners with experience in the following areas of law:
- Corporate and Commercial Law
- Media Law
- Commercial Real Estate
- Commercial Litigation
- Civil Litigation
- Personal Injury;
- and Clinical Negligence.
Successful candidates will enjoy the benefits of working with a very forward-thinking, experienced team, with a strong national reputation.
Gregory Abrams Davidson is a well-established partnership with the founding partners giving the firm a distinctive personality and creating an unusual working environment and culture.
Modern approach, traditional values; technology and humanity.
Why come to us?
The professional standards in this firm are as high and as rigorously maintained as in any Magic Circle firm, but here we are human beings first and lawyers second. When you're at work, we expect a great deal of you; but we also expect you to have a life outside the office.
Whatever job you do at Gregory Abrams Davidson, your contribution to the firm is recognised and valued. You will be encouraged and helped to succeed and prosper; your success and wellbeing adds to ours.
Jobs with us
As well as qualified legal staff, there is, of course, a large team of support staff in our offices and vacancies do arise from time to time. Keep an eye on this page where each job vacancy will be advertised.
Gregory Abrams Davidson is an Equal Opportunities employer.
We will keep all applications received for 6 months and consider you for any suitable vacancies that arise during that time. Unfortunately, due to the volume of applications we receive, it is not possible to respond to each one individually.
Once the 6 months have elapsed you are welcome to submit a new application.