Private Practice
  • Keystone Law is a top 100 full service law firm comprising over 250 senior lawyers. It’s award-winning, agile structure pairs technology with the expertise of senior practitioners who work from whichever location best serves the needs of both them and their clients.
  • Whilst a central London support office handles the firm’s administration, IT, compliance and marketing, lawyers are able to practice from their own office spaces, in-house at their clients’ premises or from one of the firm’s own thriving corporate hubs.
  • Keystone Law is the UK's fastest growing law firm and due to client demand we are actively looking to recruit partner level lawyers of the highest calibre, in all practice areas. Our lawyers are renowned for their excellence, delivering a consistently outstanding level of service and value to clients while having the autonomy to lead both an emotionally and financially fulfilling life. If you are already a partner at a law firm then we know you are an experienced lawyer with a great track record.
  • Take home 75% of your billings and benefit from referrals - At Keystone, we are able to offer lawyers a great deal more than our conventional competitors. The firm makes available all the usual facilities, infrastructure and resources typically found in a mid-sized London law firm, but combines those benefits with unrivalled flexibility and support.
  • In addition to an abundance of office space and hot desks for those who want to utilise them, Keystone’s Chancery Lane-based central office houses a team of 35 skilled individuals who, together, handle all of the additional aspects required to ensure that lawyers can get back to focusing on what they do best. See the job description for more information.

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