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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Harrison Drury has reported a significant upturn in corporate activity and is confident about growing its deals pipeline further in the rest of 2018. So […]read more >
Alex Walmsley of Harrison Drury’s sports law team assess the merits of bid to purchase Wembley Stadium and what it might mean for the FA […]read more >
A Cumbria-based housing association that works to support people with learning difficulties, has received a boost after a fundraising effort by Harrison Drury. Staff at […]read more >
Trespassers, or ‘squatters’, can present a range of issues for a commercial land owner. Harrison Drury’s property litigation team explores the potential losses business owners […]read more >
A North West business that provides commercial photography for the homeware, food and fashion industries has bought an international creative agency as it moves towards […]read more >
A team from Harrison Drury’s Kendal office will walk the Yorkshire Three Peaks in June to raise money for Kendal Mountain Search and Rescue Team […]read more >
A benefit concert by Cumbria-based acoustic band Northern Sky has helped raise over £1,000 for Kendal Mountain Search and Rescue Team. Harrison Drury teamed up […]read more >
Matthew Astley, joint head of Harrison Drury’s sports law team, looks at the lessons from the landmark case of UK Anti-Doping v Ryan Bailey. Mr […]read more >
North West law firm Harrison Drury has advised on a deal which has seen Preston Grasshoppers sell land to North West Care Homes Limited. The […]read more >
Cumbria-based Bainbridge Electrical has been bought in a seven-figure management buyout (MBO). The industrial and commercial electrical engineering contractor has been taken over by commercial […]read more >