The boutique law firm, which has worked with technology brands including Expedia and Thomson Reuters, is currently compiling a shortlist of agencies to boost its profile among relevant media and potential clients.
Anna Henderson, head of marketing and business development at Kemp Little, confirmed the firm was looking at its PR requirements.
She explained: 'Kemp Little has been around for 15 years. We had a big PR launch when we first came into being and are now looking to raise our profile again as the legal landscape becomes increasingly competitive.'
Kemp Little does not have an incumbent agency. There is no specific timescale on a potential appointment, but it is thought the firm aims to have an agency in place by mid-October.
The brief is one of a number of professional services pitch processes that have been initiated in recent months.
On 24 August, PRWeek revealed that global law firm Reed Smith was seeking an agency to work across Europe, the Middle East and Asia, while UK-based contemporary Taylor Wessing has also held discussions with corporate PR agencies.