Ethics & Policies

Interim Lawyers is part of the Ten Percent Group of companies and websites and as such is committed to donating 10% of profits to charity on an annual basis, something we have done for over 20 years. At the same time, we are an ethical company with a range of policies affecting the way we work. We are signed up to the UK government Disability Confident scheme and are Living Wage employers.

We have worked with all types of candidate and law firm from all walks of life and backgrounds and we try to deal with everyone in a way we would like to be treated ourselves.

Disability Committed Employer UK

Environmental Policy Limited is committed to minimising the impact of its activities on the environment. The energy for our offices comes from 100% renewable energy sources (or so our providers tell us!), we switch off any equipment we can where possible and we supply our staff when necessary with electric company cars. We are also a paperless office, aiming at 100% paperless as soon as possible.

The key points of its strategy to achieve this are:

If you have any comments on our policies above please email Jonathan Fagan, our MD, at We are always open to suggestions on improving our standards.

Our Privacy Promise

You can always trust the Interim Lawyers platform and Limited. Your personal information is just that – personal, so we always treat it with the highest standards of security and confidentiality. Rest assured, we never pass on, sell or swap your information with any other company for their own marketing purposes.

For over 20 years, we have been committed to looking after your data and we will always put you first.

What information do we hold about you?

When you register with us for job vacancies or send us a CV we obviously collect information about you. If you browse our website, we may collect information about your website visits using ‘cookies’, although the only thing we use this for is website analytics (via Google).

How do we use your information?

Your information allows us to advise you of any vacancies cropping up that may be of interest.

We would also love to keep you up to date with our monthly newsletters by email and communications via social media.

If you already receive our marketing communications, we’ll continue to send you these unless we think you are no longer interested in hearing from us or you ask us to stop. We hope you enjoy hearing from us just as much as we enjoy putting our updates together, and we promise never to bombard you with too many communications (although during the summer months our conveyancing locums may well disagree with this statement!).

All third party service providers (eg backup hosting companies such as Microsoft) are carefully vetted and trusted by us, and your data is protected by our stringent security and confidentiality measures as well as applicable data protection laws. We only provide our service providers with the data that they require in order to perform the services that we have employed them to do – they will never use your data for any other purposes.

Unless otherwise stated, our processing of your personal data, as summarised in this notice, is in pursuit of our legitimate business interests as a trusted legal recruiter, committed to providing you with the very best recruitment experience.

We will not retain your data for longer than necessary for the purposes set out in this notice.

Your rights regarding your personal data

If you receive our email based marketing communications, you can choose to opt out at any time, and without any fuss or delay – simply give us a ring on 0207 127 4343, chat with us online, email or write to us. Please note that you may continue to receive our communications for a short period after changing your preferences while our systems are fully updated.

You also have the right to:

If you would like to exercise any of these rights, please get in touch with us using the link below. Please note that we may ask for proof of identity before providing or updating any personal information we hold about you and if we have a legitimate reason as to why we are unable to fulfil any requests, we will always explain the reasons why.

How to contact us

Our Data Protection Officer (see above) is always happy to help and answer any questions you have about our Privacy Promise. If you have any reason for concern, please contact us in the first instance and we will do our utmost to resolve the matter to your complete satisfaction. Alternatively, you can report a concern to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).

Last updated 18th June 2023