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Alexia Lamoureux

Recruitment Consultant

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Alexia Lamoureux

My Role at Interlink Recruitment

I work on the International Team at Interlink Recruitment as a Legal Recruiter, focusing mainly on Senior Lawyer and Partner hires in Europe, North America and Australasia. 

I especially enjoy working with clients that want to establish themselves in a new market. Finding the right people for a fresh project is often more challenging than expanding existing offices and while I like doing both, I would always choose the work that helps me grow in my role as a Recruiter. 

From helping to build a core team in Germany and France to recruiting senior level candidates in Australia, I am constantly learning new and exciting things, both about the legal market and the people working in it. 

Why Recruitment? 

After doing the LL.B at the City University London, I moved North to complete the LL.M at the University of Manchester. I then took a gap year and travelled throughout Europe where I gained business and management skills, before completing my LPC MSc at the University of Law in Manchester. I joined Interlink Recruitment in 2021 to combine my passion for Business and Law. 

As an outgoing person, I always felt I would do well in a job that allows me to meet and speak to people. As a Recruiter I am constantly on the phone helping candidates and clients alike to find the perfect fit. 

Working at Interlink Recruitment has been one of the best experiences in my professional life so far. Not only is the team incredible and welcoming but the Directors continuously boost your spirits and acknowledge how hard you are working. On top of that, you have the opportunity to really get out of it what you put in, as long as you are willing to work hard. 

Outside of Work

Outside of work I mostly like to relax with a coffee and a good book. I have always been an avid reader; I currently own about 400 books and my ultimate dream is to eventually buy a house that has space for a personal library. My favourite book is probably Stephen King’s Misery, though there are so many contenders that it changes regularly.

I am also a bit of a horror movie buff, whether it’s an artistic masterpiece or just “so bad it’s good”, I will likely enjoy them all.