We strive to achieve the best possible working environment and create a culture where our people are valued.
We want to give people the opportunity to work within a firm where they are listened to and respected, where their contribution is recognised and rewarded, and where they have the opportunity to foster great client relationships.
Our high levels of employee engagement have seen us listed in the Sunday Times Top 100 UK Best Small Companies to Work For, gaining the highest Three Star Accreditation.
What we offer:
On top of this we offer an attractive salary and benefits package and the chance to work for one of the region’s fastest-growing and most forward-thinking law firms.
We operate a policy of continuous recruitment, so don’t wait for a position to be advertised, approach us and tell us how you could flourish at Harrison Drury and play a role in our success.
Please view our latest vacancies below. If you would like to be considered for one of the positions, please submit a CV and covering letter to April-Jayne.Barnes@harrison-drury.com.
Fee Earner Property Litigation 3 – 5 years PQE– Clitheroe / Preston Office
Fee Earner Residential Property 1-3 Years PQE – Kendal Office
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