The Rise of Interim Legal Work

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  1. Lifestyle — it is without doubt that interim legal work allows you to adopt your chosen lifestyle. If you want to work from the Bahamas for example or only take on interim work when you are available then it gives you the opportunity to do so. You can choose the environment that suits you best.
  2. Office politics — As you will only be working on fixed term projects, you get straight into the work and focus on delivering the outcome. Getting to know your colleagues during that time is important however, you won’t have to worry so much about fitting in as you were brought in to do a particular job which makes things simpler.
  3. Varied work — working with different organisations on short term projects means you get an insight into a range of sectors and work with lots of different people.

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