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Collyer Bristow is one of London’s leading law firms. We provide a diverse range of legal services to a broad spectrum of clients based in the UK and around the world.

Our clients are truly unique and looking after them requires an approach that is bespoke in every sense of the word. That is why we are constantly on the look out for talented individuals to join our team. Whether you are a legal professional, secretary, trainee or someone looking for a business support role, you will need to demonstrate the passion and personal flair our clients have come to expect.

We are always interested in hearing from talented people, so if you don’t see a current vacancy for your specialism please still get in touch. Please send speculative CVs and cover letters to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


If you are a graduate looking for a training contract, please click here.

Legal professionals 

Each year we recruit a number of partners, associates and trainees to strengthen our successful legal teams and to ensure we continue to provide our clients with creative legal solutions and the highest levels of personal service.

To view our latest legal professionals vacancies please click here.

Business services roles 

Our support roles are essential to the smooth running of the business. They cover a broad range of disciplines including, Business Development, Compliance, Finance, Human Resources, IT, Operations and Secretarial.

For the latest on our legal and support vacancies please click here.


We have a strong culture built around the principles of mutual respect and dignity for all. Our approach to equality and diversity is straightforward. We ensure that all of our people are hired, developed, promoted and rewarded based solely on merit. Our intention is to build a supportive and inclusive environment that encourages our legal professionals and support staff to reach their full potential.  

General Data Protection Regulations

In accordance with General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) the firm will not retain personal data longer than is necessary for the purposes of determining the suitability of a particular candidate for a role. All recruitment applications received by the Human Resources team will be processed for this purpose, and kept in the format in which they are received (e.g. in paper and/or electronic file) for a period of no longer than 6 months, unless the candidate is part of a recruitment process which is likely to exceed that time period. In that case the data will be retained for an extended period of 6 months following the conclusion of the process. Following this 6 month (or extended) period, the candidate’s personal information will be securely and confidentially destroyed.  In the case of speculative applications, if no suitable vacancies are available, the CV will be deleted and the candidate or recruitment consultant will be notified. 


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