We believe our success lies in the talented individuals we employ across our legal and business support teams, who share our commitment to excellent client service. We are proud this is reflected in our Chambers UK and The Legal 500 rankings.
Our future growth depends on the quality of staff we employ and their training and development is the key to our success.
Our aim is to have well motivated staff with a balance of working life, home and leisure pursuits.
We work with our staff to help them progress with their law careers and give the best candidates the legal job opportunities that bring fresh talent and knowledge to our team.
When you join us in a business support position we recognise the valuable contribution you make and we will support the development of your skills.
Our business support roles cover a wide range of functions including IT, HR & Training, Marketing, Accounts, Secretarial support and Office services.
We are an equal opportunities employer. Furley Page was awarded the Investors in People Standard in 2006 and the award was reaffirmed in 2015 for a further three years.
We welcome CV’s from talented individuals who are interested in joining the Furley Page team. Whether you are looking to progress your legal career, or are looking for your first job in the legal sector; we’d like to hear from you.
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Our legal teams advise across many different areas of practice, they are made up of fee earners and business support staff. We employ over 150 people across all of our sites. Fee earners make up around 40% of this figure which includes 15 Partners.
Our offices in Canterbury, Chatham and Whitstable offer a friendly and pleasant working environment, with the majority of our staff being located in the heart of the busy, historic city of Canterbury.
The city of Canterbury has an excellent range of social activities bars, clubs, theatre, restaurants, cinemas, sport & fitness, all offering the opportunity to enjoy a first class social life with like minded working colleagues, family and friends.
As well as being a Cathedral City, Canterbury is home to three universities, University of Kent, Canterbury Christchurch University and University for the Creative Arts. Local education is first rate with an enviable range of both state and private, primary and secondary schools.
Whitstable is renowned as a small seaside town of character. Its traditional charms, strong arts culture and rich maritime history complement Whitstable’s modern appeal. Whitstable’s main claim to fame is its oysters and Oyster Festival, which takes place in July every year. Within easy access of Canterbury, Whitstable is a lovely place to work and live.
Our team is based in the fascinating surroundings of Chatham Historic Dockyard which is part of the redevelopment known as Chatham Maritime.
The Chatham Historic Dockyard is adjacent to the Universities at Medway, which brings together the Universities of Greenwich, Kent, Canterbury Christ Church and Mid-Kent College on a shared campus in Chatham Maritime.
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