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"We have created a modern law firm structure where our lawyers have greater control over their destiny, receive fairer financial rewards for their efforts and a more fulfilling future." George Bisnought Founder Of Excello Law

Excello Law is a national law firm built around the brightest and best legal talent offering ambitious and successful lawyers a compelling opportunity to work in a more dynamic, forward-thinking and flexible environment. Excello Law has created a flexible and collaborative working structure for lawyers who are looking for greater freedom to practise, underpinned by unparalleled administrative and marketing support.

We are looking for ambitious lawyers who are passionate about delivery legal services in a modern and innovative way.

Our criteria:

  • Commercial lawyers with minimum of 5 years post qualification experience
  • Client following
  • Entrepreneurial flair
"The move to Excello Law made perfect sense for me. I am now part of a dynamic team of collaborative lawyers and I can give my undivided attention to working with my clients at all times." Jacqueline Cooper Company Commercial and Partnership Law

Free To Be A Lawyer

Relieved of office politics and management administration, our lawyers have the freedom to choose where, when and how they work.

Our lawyers are free to focus purely on their client’s needs and make decisions on fee structures based on the value of the legal services provided rather than unrealistic practice targets and pressures.


We have created a unique working environment designed to inspire and reward those who are ambitious and self-motivated. The financial rewards reflect the work our lawyers do by way of a significant percentage of the profit costs they generate.

We also offer an incentivised referral scheme to ensure that our lawyers are rewarded for their business development initiatives.

We offer a unique website profile solution which provides each lawyer with their own space.

"Our truly flexible business
model supports those with
vision and entrepreneurial flair. We offer a unique opportunity to grow your practice and build a team around you..." Joanne Losty Director

Collaborative Working

Our lawyers recognise that by working as a team they will reap greater rewards building stronger and more profitable client relationships.

We offer:

  • Access to a senior commercial legal team available and ready when required to support each other and the clients
  • Online bespoke SAR s compliant case and finance management system
  • Excello Law intranet
  • National and regional networking events
  • Practice area focus groups
  • Incentivised referral scheme

Tools and Administrative Support

It is important to have the resources and tools to support the delivery of our service and at Excello Law we have everything you might need as and when you need it. Our solicitor support and liaison team are there to support in every aspect of your service delivery. We also provide access to:

  • Precedents and know how database
  • Case and finance management system
  • Business development support
  • PA/Secretarial services
  • Dedicated desk/office, meeting room and hot desk facilities
  • Document management support
  • Credit control
  • Practice transfer support programme

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Explore Further

To discover all Excello has to offer ambitious lawyers, call Jo Losty for a confidential discussion on
0845 257 9449
or email
[email protected]

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