Liverpool is the UK’s second largest regional economy, home to a highly cost-competitive and business friendly environment. The city has been the recipient of billions of pounds of investment which saw the economy grow more between 1998 and 2016 than any other major British city except for London, Edinburgh and Cardiff. International tourism continues to play a major role in Liverpool’s success thanks to the plethora of historic landmarks and buildings, the world class museums and galleries, The Beatles and of course the reputation as one of the most successful footballing cities in England. Liverpool has also set its sights on becoming a global port city destination with a new £50 million cruise terminal currently being built along the historic maritime and UNESCO World Heritage Site listed waterfront.
So whether you are interested in music, sports, business, maritime, the arts, culture, history, food/drink or nightlife, Liverpool can offer it all in abundance and with a warm welcome.
The legal sector in Liverpool is rapidly expanding with international and top 20 commercial law firms providing excellent opportunities for lawyers across the full range of practice areas such as corporate/commercial, construction, real estate, litigation and banking & finance. Some of the UK’s most established and highly ranked insurance law practices originated in Liverpool and continue to offer top-tier insurance expertise in a variety of areas including high value personal injury, marine litigation, healthcare and commercial insurance. Outside of the larger city firms, Merseyside has an abundance of long-standing mid-size to small practices and with an average of 90,000 students, 30,000 of them graduating each year, Liverpool has a wealth of next generation legal talent on offer.
Chadwick Nott has been recruiting into the Merseyside legal market for over 15 years and there are currently a large number of opportunities in both Liverpool and Cheshire. To learn more please do not hesitate to get in touch with us on the contact details below.