How to Become a Consultant

As a consultant solicitor working for Gibson & Associates, in return for a percentage of your fees billed and paid, we will provide you with access to the following:

  • Modern office facilities
  • Administrative, paralegal, marketing and IT support
  • Finance and billing services
  • Case management systems
  • Professional indemnity insurance (PII)
  • Compliance support
  • Access to other specialist solicitors that can help you support your clients and generate additional income
  • A Guide to Becoming a Consultant Solicitor

Gibson & Associates will provide personal advice and assistance to help solicitors wishing to become a consultant solicitor for the firm to do so seamlessly, so it remains ‘business as usual’ for your clients.

Our assistance with your transition will include:

  • Guidance through the process of becoming a consultant solicitor
  • Access to tax advice and planning
  • Personal financial planning for a smooth transition to self-employment
  • IT support
  • Secretarial/PA support
  • Systems administration: setup and training
  • Support with client/file transfers
  • Marketing support
  • A Guide to Becoming a Consultant Solicitor

Consultant Solicitor Salary Calculator
Working as a consultant solicitor offers a number of benefits, not least the ability to earn a fairer financial reward of the work you bring in and complete for your clients.

While the average employed solicitor earns less than 30% of their annual billing and receives nothing for the work they introduce to others, Gibson & Associates offers up to 80% of fees for the work they introduce and conduct under the Gibson & Associates umbrella.