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At Fenchurch Law, we are an enthusiastic and entrepreneurial team of talented and passionate individuals, specialists in our fields. We share a vision for how a law firm can and should operate, and we are united in our commitment to delivering outstanding outcomes for our clients. Importantly, the team is a deliberately ‘broad church’ that we believe is unique – a carefully selected mix of individuals with very different backgrounds and unique collective experience and expertise.

Unusually within the legal profession, our team is anchored in a culture of freedom and responsibility rather than one of process and rules.

We believe that responsible and mature people thrive on freedom – and that they deserve it. We offer our people the opportunity to shape their careers and reach their full potential – and we support them every step of the way.

The result is a creative, collaborative and supportive environment – but we also demand a lot from our team. We select only individuals with a proven track record who are driven to reach their full potential and have the confidence and character to contribute across the entire firm and to challenge the business to continually evolve and improve.

If you think how we think, and you …

  • want to help level the playing field for policyholders
  • are passionate about your practice area
  • embrace the opportunity to be supported and coached to become a rainmaker
  • want to develop into an excellent technical lawyer
  • are the type of person who will thrive if the shackles of the traditional law firm structure are removed

… the next step in your career may be with us.

We are always looking for like-minded lawyers and other business service and legal professionals. To start a conversation, please send your details to info@fenchurchlaw.co.uk

Current vacancies

Current vacancies are shown below and updated regularly. If you think you have what it takes to join us, we’d love to hear from you.

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Leeds Office

Fenchurch Law is looking for an Associate (NQ-3 years PQE) to join its experienced insurance coverage team in its Leeds Office.

This is a great opportunity to develop a specialism in this niche field of work, joining a market leading dispute resolution team.

The role will involve a broad range of commercial coverage disputes across a variety of products and sectors. There will be plenty of opportunity to develop and carve out your own area of expertise as the firm grows.

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Our approach

Understand how our solicitors support honest policyholders with genuine claims to ensure their claims are paid promptly and in full

We work shoulder to shoulder with insurance brokers to combine legal and commercial pressure on behalf of policyholders

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Fenchurch Law Our Culture

Our culture and values

Freedom and responsibility are at the heart of the unique culture of our law firm

At Fenchurch Law, we are building a strong and successful business with a unique culture

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Fenchurch Law Our History

Our history

Our law firm was established in 2010 to allow policyholders access to the specialist legal services that insurers have enjoyed for decades

Understand why Fenchurch Law is regarded as the ‘go-to’ law firm for brokers and policyholders with difficult or complex policy disputes

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