about 1 year ago
The Freeths Group is one of the UK's leading regional law practices. We offer services to both the commercial and private client across the entire legal spectrum. We operate from offices in Birmingham, Derby, Leeds, Leicester, London, Manchester, Milton Keynes, Nottingham, Oxford, Sheffield and Stoke.
The firm has a wide range of clients throughout the UK with many clients having strong international connections. We have 130 partners and over 850 members of staff in total. Our annual revenues reached over £70 million for the financial year ending 31st March 2017.
Our client base reflects our nationwide strength and our nationwide service delivery. We are committed to continuous improvement and our increasing success as a business is built on achieving success for our clients. We work in close partnership with clients, providing positive, practical solutions and clear, comprehensive advice.
Our aim is to attract and retain the most talented people, and part of this is providing a great place to work. So, to support fairness and equality and to encourage a healthy work-life balance, we continually monitor and improve our benefits.
We are proud that what we have achieved has been recognised over the past few years, being awarded Best Companies star status on a number of occasions and featuring 3 times in the Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For. We are also a silver standard accredited Investor in People Company, which means we are recognised for our efforts to improve work place engagement, leadership, personal growth, wellbeing, team working and our impact on society.
Our busy and highly regarded Corporate Department are looking for a lawyer to join the team in Nottingham.
Consideration will be given to candidates between 2 - 5years PQE with strong corporate experience.
We have a clear Diversity and Equal Opportunities Policy in place and it applies to all aspects of recruitment, employment, promotion and training.
Part of this is providing an inclusive work environment where everyone has the opportunity to succeed; and making sure there are no obstacles based on sexual orientation, disability, age, gender, marital status, race, national or ethnic origin, colour, pregnancy and maternity, religious or philosophical belief.