Professional development for business services

We work hard to make sure we operate in the same markets that our clients do. We now have 17 offices globally, and launch new services whenever we spot something our clients need. We want all our people to have the same entrepreneurial spirit and determination to keep moving and developing.

There are lots of opportunities for you to develop your career at the firm. This might be an internal change to your role. international secondment or joining a firm wide group improving the way we work or topics important to us like diversity.

We run a varied programme of course to prepare you for your next step, whether that is in your area of technical specialism or in management. When our internal portfolio doesn’t meet your specific needs, we’ll help find the right external development options for you. We support many of our people with their professional qualifications, at all levels.


My week-long initial training was comprehensive and prepared me to hit the ground running

Hannah Farinha, Legal Secretary - London

It was a really steep learning curve but I never felt overwhelmed, as in the early days I always had someone close by supporting me.

Joe Ainsworth, Admin Assistant - London

I work hard to make my workshops interesting, fun and more importantly, relevant

Brett Rouse, Learning and development manager - London

Brett Rouse


There are two parts to my role. Firstly, ensuring that our legal community have the latest skills

are two main areas of focus within Brett’s role, one is ensuring trainees receive the development and support they need to qualify, and then that those qualified solicitors receive the development they need to progress their careers. The second area of focus is ensuring our support staff have the skills they need to thrive within their speciality, manage their teams and work effectively with others. This is primarily achieved through designing and delivering bespoke training and engaging external specialists to deliver a range of effective developmental interventions, all in close cooperation with key internal stakeholders.