Legal Careers with Attwood Marshall Lawyers
At Attwood Marshall, we employ the best in our industry, and we reward our staff to protect this asset.
This is why Attwood Marshall is not only a law firm of choice for clients, but also for employees.
We value the contributions all staff members make to the firm and encourage professional self-development through training and education.
The legal work of the firm is undertaken and conducted by the Partners and Lawyers of Attwood Marshall who, as part of our learning environment, delegate and supervise some legal tasks to trainees and paralegals.
Our file management and archive group, administration and word processing teams provide administrative and clerical assistance to the legal staff.
Why work at Attwood Marshall?
Attwood Marshall is a large firm that can offer great opportunities for those interested in developing a strong career. There are always opportunities for career advancement and we take great pride in our reputation for being one of the best places to work.
Flat structure that respect your ideas and opinions
We work within a flat structure where all ideas and opinions are listened to and respected. Our work environment encourages open, honest and fair communication where all staff members including Partners, freely contribute to each department or team’s activities.
Healthy work environment
Attwood Marshall believes a healthy balance of work and life results in a higher level of productivity and a happier team. Employees are encouraged to have enough time in their lives for outside interests and activities including family, friends and exercise.
Study leave and financial assistance
Our firm has a study leave policy, which may provide staff with financial assistance for approved work-related study together with paid leave for study and examinations.
Support with compulsory further education
The cost of compulsory Continuing Legal Education (CLE) for solicitors is borne by the firm and is a further indication of Attwood Marshall’s commitment to professional development.