We’re proud of our culture. It’s supportive and it’s non-hierarchical. When you join us as an eDiscovery professional, you’ll find that your growth is supported at all levels of the team

It’s an environment that will give you the skills you need to become a brilliant legal services professional. And it’s an environment in which your perspective, ideas and experiences will make a real difference.

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Projects and people

Corporate crime and
collaborative casework
Cross-border
ambition
Evidence
and exposure
Intelligence
and investigation

Our structure

Takeovers and mergers. Arbitration and litigation. Finance and real estate. As a full service firm, our work is incredibly varied. Thanks to the quality of our global network and world-class business service professionals, we work with some of the biggest international organisations on some of their most ambitious projects.

Our Alternative Legal Services practice works with our five divisions - corporate; dispute resolution; finance, real estate and projects; employment, pensions and incentives; and competition, regulation and trade.

A Dynamic and Diverse Culture

We have a culture of fairness, equality and inclusion. Wherever you join us, you’ll find talented people with different views, experiences and backgrounds. It’s this breadth of knowledge and insight that adds new dimensions to how we tackle client challenges, drives innovation and keeps us working with the best talent.

SUPPORTIVE NETWORKS

We’re home to a wide variety of awareness-raising networks, run by our people for our people. Offering networking opportunities and running seminars, these supportive and inclusive groups educate our business. Current networks include Ability, which aims to help the firm become more disability confident, Women Lawyers, Women Trainee Lawyers, Women in Business Services, Family as well as LGBT and Multiculturalism, which celebrates diverse ethnicity, religion, faith and culture.

We also have Associate discussion groups as forums for open dialogue and networking.

ENSURING EQUALITY

We aim to increase the number of women in our global partnership to 30%. We were one of the first global law firms to commit to international gender targets publicly, and we’re on track to deliver a more equal global leadership by 2019.

RECOGNITION

Our commitment to equality has seen us awarded a number of accolades. In the UK for example, we’ve been recognised by The Times as one of the Top 50 Employers for Women and we’re immensely proud of our status as a Stonewall Top 100 Employer for LGBT individuals. We were also delighted to receive the BITC Transforming Cultures Award at the Gender Equality Awards 2016 in recognition of our smart approach to Agile working.

Pro bono and citizenship

Some of our most rewarding work comes from individuals, NGOs and developing country governments who make up our pro bono clients.

GIVING BACK

Last year, our global pro bono and citizenship contribution was roughly US$15 million including more than 52,000 hours of free legal advice, given voluntarily by our people.

On a global level, our Fair Deal Sierra Leone initiative uses firm-wide expertise to deliver free, expert, legal support to the Government of Sierra Leone, for example in relation to the commercial consequences of the Ebola crisis.

We work with the Mental Disability Advocacy Centre and Kenyan Human Rights Commission to protect the rights of those with mental disabilities in Kenya. We’re helping to eradicate slavery with the Anti-Trafficking Anti-Slavery (ATAS) Group, which gives our lawyers the opportunity to take on local and international pro-bono work related to slavery and trafficking. And, our recently launched Ambassador scheme supporting The Prisoners' Advice Service offers free legal advice to UK prisoners regarding anything from their rights to their living conditions.

WE ADDRESS CLIMATE CHANGE

In 2008, we became a founder member of the Legal Sustainability Alliance (LSA), an inclusive movement of law firms and organisations committed to working collaboratively to take action on climate change. As an executive member, we now lead the LSA and its 280 law firm members. In Madrid, we celebrate the annual Environment Week with daily activities, taking the aim to assist in the development of sustainable practices across the office.

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