Join the team of self-employed advocates
Quest Legal Advocates would be delighted to receive applications from BPTC students or graduates who expect to attain or have attained a Very Competent Grade or higher.
You can expect to operate as a self-employed advocate. We aim to provide quality work to our advocates. The work load is interesting and varied. You can expect to gain fantastic court experience, client handling skills and great insight into a self-employed career. This will enable you to develop time management skills, a competitive income and the ability to strike a work/life balance.
Quest Legal Advocates can, if necessary, accommodate flexible working arrangements so you can manage other commitments.
The Application Process
- Submit your C.V. together with a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
- You will receive a problem question to answer and send back to us. This will assess your general written skills and factual and legal analysis.
- If you are successful at the problem question, we will ask you to interview. Here we will assess your oral and personal presentation skills. It also gives you an opportunity to meet the management team.
If successful at becoming a Quest advocate, you will attend an initial day training session. This will be conducted by local barristers and our management team. It will equip you with everything you need to begin work, reiterate skills you have learnt on the BPTC and provide a specialist focus on the areas of law you will be dealing with at court.
Please e-mail email@example.com if you are interested in applying to be a self-employed advocate.