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a modern law firm is not just another consultancy

Join us as a
lawyer at and set yourself free, using our manifesto: a white paper for the modern lawyer 

Our vision:

We want to empower our member lawyers:

- to allow them to work from anywhere, be that from a home office or virtually as a digital nomad

- to ensure a healthy  work / life balance by setting your own limits on meetings and client numbers

- to achieve these goals with technology via our online platform 

Our core values:

- we value our people, from the office administrators to the member lawyers

- we value our professionalism, in how we deal with our clients, our users and our members

- we value the user experience of our members and our clients is the smarter way to work

Join us as a
lawyer at and set your own goals for how much you want to work and earn:

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How works:


Lawyery provide the regulatory, compliance and insurance umbrella for our member lawyers to continue to practice law as a qualified lawyer in England and Wales


Lawyery will provide the online platform for our member lawyers to interact with clients so that they can work from anywhere in the world (subject to an internet connection).  This includes a full lawyer profile and inclusion in our unique algorithm to match clients to our member lawyers


The member lawyer sets their calendar of availability for clients to book appointments.  This can be amended whenever they wish, allowing for truly flexible working and ultimate control of work/life balance


The member lawyer agrees a price with the client, and provides the agreed service


Lawyery will bill the client and share the fee with the member lawyer

The perks of membership:

- business cards
- bespoke email and Microsoft 365 membership
- cloud based storage of your files

- access to our hub office in central London
- online marketing and business growth support
- online collaborative case management software
- support with file management and billing
- cpd courses online
- access to paralegal and trainee support
- social and networking events

The team

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Chris Dias

Chris Dias qualified as a solicitor in 2001 and is regarded as an expert in Immigration  Law.  He is the Founder of and he is an immigration law specialist at Horsfield Menzies which has offices in London and Manchester, and was a Partner at Dias Solicitors for 13 years.  


"Lawyery is the successor to Dias Solicitors, and incorporates a new way for lawyers to work in a modern world. I have found it liberating to have the freedom to work online and control my own hours and pace of work, and have committed myself to bring this way of life to other lawyers."


"Lawyery is designed for specialist, expert lawyers like myself - I can specialise in my niche area of UK immigration law and use the technological platform provided by Lawyery to take the stress of running a business off my shoulders, so I can devote my time to my specialism, which is being the best immigration lawyer for my clients."

Crystal Dias

Crystal is the award-winning founder of Dias solicitors and is known for her empathy with her clients and her first rate knowledge of immigration and family law.  Crystal works to promote and advocate for migrant and women's rights, and belongs to: Filipino Women's Association (Vice Chair), Filipina Women's Network, Mentor Alumni for the Cherie Blair Foundation, Kanlungan legal advisor, ENFID Europe legal advisor, Juan Eu Konek (presenter)


"When I founded Dias Solicitors in 2008, everyone told me I was crazy.  But it was the best thing I could have done, and I imposed my values as a female Founder and an Ethnic-minority Founder on that business.  Now I have taken all that I learned and am using this on Lawyery, and that focus on standing out from the crowd and my personal value system is integral to Lawyery."

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The values we encourage members to embrace:

- a commitment to train the next generation of lawyers

- a commitment to give at least 10% of your time to pro bono work

- and to contribute part of your gross income to a pro bono and training fund

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