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Vario is a hub of freelance legal professionals available to undertake a wide variety of assignments from fixed-term projects to maternity cover.

It offers high quality, flexible lawyers to address the resource, cost and skills issues which often affect busy in house teams. Lawyers from NQ to partner-level are available, providing in-house counsel with resource when they need it, but no overheads when they don’t.

While there are other providers of flexible resource, Vario is different because of the focus it places on personal attributes and behaviours as well as technical skills. This, combined with our approach to obtaining a thorough understanding of the clients need, means we only need to put one Vario forward to each client for consideration. No long days of interviews. No mismatches. Just the right support at the right time.

Learn more about how Vario can help you.

Case Studies – Freelance lawyers working with in-house teams

Meet David, a lawyer with over thirty years experience

David spent the first half of his thirty year career at Camerons, latterly as a partner. The second half was spent at The Treasury Solicitor’s Department (TSoL), latterly as a Team Leader and Deputy Director, Companies, Inquiries and Costs. In early 2013, he decided to leave his permanent role to pursue a flexible freelance career.


Meet Henry, one of our most established Varios

Henry was among the first to join the hub and be placed on assignment through us. A banking and finance lawyer with five years experience, he qualified at Hammonds and then worked at Reed Smith before deciding to pursue a freelance career that would enable him to balance his legal career with his secondary career in skippering yachts.




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