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Quest Legal Advocates - Opportunities in Advocacy

City Campus East 1 - Room 024


Quest are an established specialist national advocacy agency, providing specialist advocacy services to solicitors and in-house legal teams. Our advocates attend hearings such as small claims hearings in County Courts across England and Wales.

We have grown to become one of the country’s most prominent advocacy agencies, receiving instructions from many leading firms of solicitors.

We would be delighted to receive applications from BPTC students or graduates who expect to attain or have attained a Very Competent classification 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.


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City Campus East 1 - Room 024


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