(611) Marketing Manager – Leading Family Law Barristers’ Chambers

Role Categories: Professional Support
Role Types: Full Time
Role Locations: London (Greater)

c.£50-£55,000.00 (Flexible/hybrid working offered)

subject to experience

Recognised nationally and internationally for its work, our client is one of the leading Family Law sets in the country, with 87 full-time Barristers who specialise in high-profile, cutting-edge cases in all areas of family law, both domestically and internationally.

Our client is committed to providing a friendly, yet highly professional environment, with strong leadership and management, focused on meeting the challenges at the Bar.

Chambers now seeks to appoint an outstanding individual to the position of Marketing Manager to join its first-class support team. The Marketing Manager will provide marketing, communications and events support to Chambers and its Barrister ‘Members’. They will be co-responsible for the running of day-to-day marketing activity, including projects and events that are primarily dictated by the Chambers Marketing Strategy.


Reporting to the Senior Clerk, and Chambers Manager but working closely with the Joint Heads of Chambers, duties will include:


  • Create and Develop marketing strategy and plans in conjunction with the Senior Management Team and Heads of Groups for the delivery of Chambers business plans;
  • Advance marketing ideas and strategy concerning the broadening of Chambers client base both domestically and internationally.
  • Create and lead digital marketing plans and platforms. Reviewing and reflecting on digital marketing practices to make suggestions, improve and develop further a digital marketing strategy;
  • Deal with and advise on chambers members’ individual marketing needs in particular in respect of legal directories;
  • Monitor marketing and business development activity and use results to inform Chambers’ business development process;
  • Conduct desk research and contact clients for research purposes to inform marketing and business development activity.


  • Manage and co-ordinate Chambers’ and members’ entries in key legal directories;
  • Review Legal Industry Awards in the calendar, preparing and submitting Chambers’ entries to awards;
  • Manage the Chambers’ website in order to keep it up to date, working as necessary with third party resources;
  • Co-ordinate the development, production and distribution of promotional literature (e.g. newsletters, bulletins, brochures etc.) and merchandise, maintaining stocks as necessary;
  • Co-ordinate Chambers’ PR activity, e.g., writing and placing news and press releases;
  • Develop, manage, and utilise on behalf of Chambers suitable social and digital media channels such as Twitter, LinkedIn, etc.


  • Coordinating and managing chambers’ seminars and client events;
  • Assisting the SMT in identifying future Chambers’ events, assisting in the organisation of the same;
  • Some limited attendance to administer events in the UK;
  • Coordinating members’ book publishing and launches;
  • Managing domestic and international sponsorships;


  • Assist in budget management for annual marketing/business development spend;
  • Maintain and update the Chambers’ events diary, outlining key dates for seminars, events, newsletters etc;
  • Assisting analysing data to identify target segments and to feed into the Chambers’ business development planning process;
  • Develop and maintain the Chambers’ client database working in conjunction with the Practice Managers;
  • Undertake such other duties as may be required by the SMT;

The Person

The successful candidate will ideally have a minimum of 4/5 years of relevant experience gained in a similar legal or compatible professional services environment. They will be very personable, highly organised, efficient, focussed, and a pro-active multitasker, with excellent communication skills both in writing and in person. Significant experience of digital and social media is essential. A relevant degree or CIM qualification is preferred but is not essential.

The individual should be:

  • Be a proven self-starter and be comfortable working alone or joining teams.
  • Be able to strategise, plan and deliver ongoing and individual projects and initiatives.
  • Be experienced in brand management and understand public relations.
  • Be an outstanding communicator and ambassador of the business.

The role is offered with  a competitive salary commensurate with the seniority of the position at c.£50k – £55k and flexible/hybrid working will be accommodated.

To apply for this position, please forward your CV, which should clearly identify your suitability, to exclusively retained consultants, GRL.

Closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday 12th May, but early applications are encouraged with initial GRL interviews for suitable candidates taking place immediately.

Our client is committed to equality and to fostering diversity in our profession.

We will treat everyone equally and irrespective of their age, background, disability, gender reassignment, marital or civil partnership status, pregnancy or maternity status, race, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation.

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