With over 30 years of experience, Daniel has a unique insight into everything related to the employment and retention of Negligence and Injury Lawyers. Serving both claimant and defendant firms, he hopes that this new firm will serve as a benchmark for commitment to his target market.
Daniel’s experience of recruiting for firms and helping candidates to find the perfect job has been gained through many years of networking and associations with organisations such as AvMA, APIL, and SCIL. As a result he is trusted by Partners and can often achieve results where other consultancies without those connections cannot. Unique insight into the current marketplace and whispers also help to give the right advice in times that are uncertain and difficult. We can work at two levels for clients; either as a retained service or on a contingency basis for senior roles we recommend the retained service as in the long run is likely to be more concentrated and effective. Prices vary according to the service required . Feel free to contact Daniel to discuss.
Daniel has had many years experience of advising firms on matters of staff retention, salary levels, and teaching partners on the most effective ways to interview potential candidates. All too often, roles are refused when offered because the candidate feels that the firm did not show enough interest in them as a person concentrating only on the expertise they could bring. The service Daniel offers allows HR to concentrate on more important matters to hand and offers good value. We are happy to travel anywhere in the UK.
EACH OFFERING IS BESPOKE AND PRICING CAN BE DISCUSSED AT THE TIME, BUT IT WILL REPRESENT EXCELLENT VALUE IN THE LONG TERM.
He helped to found Smith & Manchester and latterly was the MD of ASA Law which became Longbridge Law upon its acquisition. Now, long overdue, he is opening his own boutique consultancy, Daniel Lewis Law. Outside of his very real commitment to this, he spends most of his time being bossed around by his dog!
He decided to take some time off from flying, allowing himself an opportunity to spend more time with his young family and learn a new skill in a corporate environment.
He felt he’d be suited to the role of talent consultant specialising in Clinical Negligence because him and his family have an ongoing case relating to clinical negligence after the birth of his son.
Under Daniel Lewis’ tutorlage he hopes to make a positive impact in placing suitable candidates in positions where they can help people like his own family.
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Daniel has played a crucial part in my career to date having helped place me in my last two qualified roles. His considerate and collaborative approach ensured he understood my criteria for my next role and he worked hard in securing interviews at the firms that best matched my ambition.
Daniel Lewis knows the clinical negligence market better than anyone I know. He is always my first choice when suggesting a recruitment agent because of that knowledge. He is proactive, personable and very efficient. A pleasure to work with.
I have known and worked with Daniel for well over 15 years. During that time Daniel has helped our members with their recruitment of specialist lawyers and has also spoken at our conferences. He has been a pleasure to work with, whilst remaining extremely competent and professional throughout.
I continue to be impressed by the efforts that he makes on behalf of candidates. He knows the injury market extremely well and is adept at putting the right teams together. He is my recruiter of choice.
Daniel is my go-to man for recuritment. He really has his finger on the pulse and he is one of the first people to know when vacancies arise. He has a wealth of contacts and can be relied upon to get candidates noticed and to get them interviews.