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Welcome to Vario

Vario is Pinsent Masons’ freelance legal resource operating out of the UK and Australia.

Explore our site and find the people that make Vario – who enable us to stand out and approach freelance law in our own unique way.

Have a look around and get in touch, we’d love to know what you think.

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Vario news

Vario welcomes new Oil and Gas lead

Roger Connon to extend
Vario’s reach in sector

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A fresh approach to legal resourcing.

We’re a legal services provider that makes people’s lives better. Complementing the world-class services of Pinsent Masons, Vario builds flexible legal solutions tailored to specific business requirements and fulfilling the needs of a modern freelance community.

We believe there are endless possibilities for life and law to exist in harmony, both for market-leading international businesses and talented legal professionals.

Take a look at how Vario could work for you.


Life as a Vario

Imagine a career where your individuality is your key strength.

Where your dreams, aspirations and priorities — exploring new industries, learning new skills, collecting your children from school every day, running your own e-commerce business — take centre stage alongside compelling legal work.

Interested? Learn more about life as a Vario and how you can unlock the endless possibilities of law.


Our Lawyers

Regardless of their unique level of experience or specialism, our Varios excel at their work.


Our Varios are based throughout the UK, Europe and Australia and have the knowledge and skills necessary to support businesses in overcoming challenges and maximising opportunities. What’s more, they’re personable, committed team players. There’s no need to compromise.



With our partners at Out-Law.com, we continually bring you thought-leading news and changing perspectives on the legal world.

OECD members want digital economy tax consensus by 2020

More than 110 countries and jurisdictions have agreed to try to come up with an agreed approach to taxing the digital economy by 2020, according to an interim report on the tax challenges arising from digitalisation published by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).