Advanced Legal is driving growth with recruitment of fresh talent

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28 May 2014


Leading legal software firm, , is on a talent hunt as part of its plans for further growth and expansion. Advanced Legal, which is part of Advanced Business Solutions (Advanced), an Advanced Computer Software Group company, has over 30 years’ expertise in the legal software industry and provides market leading software solutions to more than 5,000 customers.

The company has offices across the UK, including sites in London, Belfast, Manchester, Knutsford, Willerby, Grantham and Stirling.

As part of its strategy for continued growth and expansion, the company is looking to fulfil 12 roles in several departments including support, development and professional services, to join its existing workforce of around 250 people.

Doug Hargrove, Managing Director of Advanced Legal, said: “More than 50,000 people working in law firms, barristers’ chambers, coroners’ offices and in-house legal teams use our software on a daily basis. To ensure we continue to provide them with leading-edge legal software solutions, we need the very best people. By investing in our workforce and attracting new talent, we will be ideally positioned for further expansion.”

Employees can expect to benefit from Advanced University, an in-house training facility which offers a variety of courses for staff.



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