Beauchamps is a growing, ambitious firm at the centre of business in Ireland.
We have 200 people in our Dublin headquarters – combining legal professionals at all stages of their career from trainees to partners and business support professionals in areas such as operations, human resources, finance, marketing, business development and administration.
As one of Ireland's leading law firms we are always looking for talented candidates for a variety of legal and business support positions. Learn more about our current opportunities.
We hire and develop people who we believe will embody our culture and core values. Our people are all rounders with diverse backgrounds, experience and profiles but are consistently:
- easy to work with
- hands on & personal in their style
- relationship builders
- problem solvers
- committed and hard working
- project managers
We enjoy working as a team, alongside others - side by side. It’s a non-hierarchical approach that puts client service, collegiality, collaboration and transparency at the centre of our firm’s culture. This is supported by our history, our core values and our training practices.
SUPPORTING REMOTE AND FLEXIBLE WORKING
For more than 15 years, Beauchamps has supported flexible working arrangements and working from home. Now more than ever it's about making sure our employees can do their best work for our clients whether it's in the office or in their home.
Learn more about our flexible work arrangements and how Beauchamps supports our employees.
Fidelma McManus, Partner and Head of our Specialised Housing team shares her experience.
Aishling O'Neill, Associate on our Specialised Housing team shares how working from home gave her the best of both worlds without having to compromise her career.
Beauchamps training is second to none. Consistent with our culture and core values, trainees and junior solicitors work side by side with associates and partners, as a team. We have a long standing practice of giving trainees and junior solicitors direct exposure to clients at an early stage in their career, taking on increasing responsibility as part of their development. Our lawyers are always supported by appropriate supervision and with a comprehensive training and development programme, however, we also allow them space to develop creativity through independent thinking, hard work and by taking ownership of their projects.
Professional and Career Development
Our formal HR and Knowledge Management teams deliver comprehensive training programmes focused on both technical legal knowledge and the development of soft skills. Our training schedule is designed around the needs of our employees and the needs of our clients, ensuring the continued professional development of our legal and support employees. Our typical training schedule includes:
- Technical training in specific legal fields
- Business writing
- Research methods
- Financial management
- Client service skills
- Management skills
- Communication skills
- Business development
- Presentation/pitch training
- Leadership skills
- Health & safety
- Anti-Money laundering
- Personal development
We have an active social committee which organises events throughout the year such as our Christmas Party, Summer BBQ and First Friday Drinks on our premises each month. Our First Fridays are also one of the ways the firm fundraises for charities – donating a certain amount to a staff-chosen charity for every staff member who attends. This staff initiative is also part of our Corporate Social Responsibility programme.
As part of our Corporate Social Responsibility programme we have a number of initiatives designed to safeguard the physical and mental health and wellbeing of employees. These include:
Onsite yoga and pilates classes
- Running clubs
- Stress management seminars
- Fresh fruit throughout the office
- Subsidised fresh SiSu juices in our cafeteria
- Subsidised annual travel passes
- Refreshment stations on each floor
- Freshly ground coffee
We are based on Sir John Rogerson's Quay – where Dublin’s Grand Canal and Financial Services areas meet. We run an open-plan office because it supports our non-hierarchical culture and keeps us all connected to each other and to our client work. It also makes it easier to share ideas and updates. This is supplemented by private space for conference calls, meetings and breaks. We are continually investing in our building, IT and process infrastructure to become more efficient in how we work.