Our Belfast office tackles high-volume, large-scale projects including e-discovery, document review, M&A due diligence and legal research to enable our Firm to provide routine legal services to clients quickly and cost effectively.
BelfastCity Quays One
7 Clarendon Road
Belfast BT1 3BG
We understand the importance of career development and are committed to giving people the tools they need to be successful. Across both business and legal services, we look for professionals with impressive academic track records and excellent technical skills who are comfortable working in diverse teams.
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Right now we want brilliant people across a range of roles including IT, Finance, Marketing and Legal.
We offer legal services in four key areas:
- Large-scale document review: We complete large-scale document reviews to support litigation investigations, arbitrations and disputes. This confidential, cost effective and responsive service avoids having to rely on third-party providers.
- M&A due diligence: We conduct extensive investigations of companies in support of mergers and acquisitions, confirming the selling party’s financials, contracts, customers, and all other pertinent information.
- Global surveys and research: We provide tailored advice across legal disciplines and jurisdictions on topics including new product launches to meet client timeframes and budgets.
- Global Corporate Maintenance Services: We provide corporate administration and compliance for global corporations with more than 30 businesses in 10 jurisdictions. This includes monitoring and managing clients’ legal entities, and completing annual filings.
As part of our commitment to our local community, we established a two-year fundraising partnership with Aware, a Northern Ireland charity that provides mental health and wellbeing programmes to schools, colleges, universities and workplaces. As part of our fundraising efforts, we have entered teams in the Belfast Marathon, Belfast Half Marathon and the Slieve Donard Mountain Trek.
Our Belfast office is also part of Business in the Community Northern Ireland's Gender Project, a three-year scheme designed to introduce measures to provide women with opportunities at all levels of organisations.