Who we are
The Law Society is the independent professional body for solicitors and has been the centre of the legal world since 1832. We exist to represent our members, drive excellence in the profession and safeguard the rule of law.
Shaping our Future
While we are proud of our rich history, we are conscious of the need to stay current in the way we work and respond to our members’ needs.
We have embarked on an ambitious transformation programme titled ‘Shaping our Future’. We want to create a seamless, personalised experience for our members, no matter how, when or where they interact with us.
We are seeking talented individuals with experience in digital transformation to help us achieve these goals. This project presents an exciting opportunity to make a real difference to the services we provide and how we work to provide them. We are looking for people who will thrive in a challenging, digital, agile environment.
See how you can make a difference and shape the future of The Law Society.
Product Owner (Customer Engagement & CRM)
Project Manager / Scrum Master (Customer Engagement & CRM)
Senior Business Analyst (CRM)
Product Owner (Website)
Digital Project Manager Scrum Master (Website)
Business Analyst (Website)
Project Manager / Scrum Master (Skills Academy)
Finance Project Manager
Business Analyst (Learning Management)
Benefits at The Law Society
As well as a rewarding working environment in which to develop your career, we offer a range of employee benefits.
We contribute between one-and-a-half to two times our employees' pension contributions, depending on the percentage of salary elected to pay in.
A season ticket loan up to the value of £5,000 is available to employees once probation is completed.
Our leave entitlement is 25 days, in addition to public holidays. This rises to 27 days after two years' service, and 30 days after five years.
Our professional development provisions include five days’ study leave per year, assistance with funding and help purchasing books.
Health and Well-being
Health and well-being benefits include a subsidised health club membership.
Flexible Benefits (3% Flex Fund)
Under our flexible benefits programme, an additional 3% of annual basic salary can be taken as income payable monthly or used to purchase additional benefits, including dental insurance, purchase or sale of annual leave, life assurance, health screening for a partner, critical illness insurance and travel insurance.
New parents are entitled to 12 months’ maternity leave, two weeks’ ordinary paternity leave with additional provision of up to 26 weeks (subject to conditions), and 50 weeks’ shared parental leave.
Employees returning from maternity or shared parental leave and/or adoption leave are eligible for a supplementary allowance of £200 per month for a period of six months.
Five days’ marital leave is available to employees who have completed six months’ service, to be taken within four weeks of the marriage or civil partnership ceremony.
Working parents can purchase up to £243 tax free in childcare vouchers per month.