Broaden Your Horizons
We have a system of monitoring and assessing you as long as you undertake advocacy work for LPC Law. You must prove yourself in order to take on more complex hearings such as Small Claims trials.
Subject to assessment, advocates that hold current practising certificates as solicitors or barristers can also attend hearings in open court such as Fast Track trials, Appeals and Winding Up petitions.
Counsel, Midlands Circuit
I qualified as a criminal defence solicitor in June 2010 and soon obtained my higher rights in criminal proceedings. I later embraced the opportunity to accept instructions as a consultant and enjoyed great exposure to an array of criminal matters.
Always seeking new challenges and having a particular passion for advocacy, I wished to broaden my 'legal' exposure and subsequently joined LPC Law in July 2013 in the hope of receiving civil instructions to add to my already grown base of criminal work. Instantly I was responsible for a variety of interlocutory applications and final hearings; enjoying attendance at numerous courts, being before countless Judges and building exceptional relationships with a variety of law firms. Furthermore, LPC Law have always arranged, when available, the receipt of post qualification instructions.
LPC Law allows an advocate to dramatically develop from being 'thrown in the deep end' but always having the reassurance of a great and supportive advocacy management team at the end of the phone. No two days are the same and at the end of a week in the life of an LPC Law advocate you will most certainly have learned a thing or two! LPC Law is keen to develop their advocates; always encouraging further training and assessments with a view to increasing the level of instruction an advocate receives. I look forward to continuing my working relationship with LPC Law and am excited to continue in their professional development.