Working With Us
Working with us means joining an ambitious, diverse and friendly working environment where we really look after each other.
As a top ranking independent Scottish firm, we are very proud of our client base which ranges from public sector bodies to the pick of Scotland’s business community as well as individuals and families for whom we have worked for generations.
This range gives you the opportunity to develop your skills and knowledge in lots of different contexts and situations. Not only that, we invest in our people so that they are constantly learning – about the law, about business and about navigating their way through their working life and beyond.
Within our culture, diversity is welcomed and celebrated. New perspectives are constantly sought and considered fairly. Your well-being is paramount and you will be supported throughout your career.
As recognition of our commitment to the development of our people, we are proud to have been awarded both Investors in People Gold and Investors in Young People Gold. As an employer of over 250 people we report annually on our gender pay gap statistics. We’re a Living Wage employer and are signed up to the Scottish Business Pledge promoting fairness, equality, opportunity and innovation in Scotland.
By joining us, you’ll become part of an inclusive and supportive environment and encouraged to develop professionally. You’ll be proud to represent our prestigious clients.
If you're ambitious, talented and keen to receive exceptional training, we want to hear from you. Our traineeship applications for 2025 are now open.
Our summer placement applications for 2024 open towards the end of this year. Placements run for three weeks in June/July.
We believe in investing in our people to develop their expertise and enable them to deliver outstanding client service. Our competitive benefits package reflects this.
"I am impressed by how Anderson Strathern manage to combine the professionalism of a large firm with the empathy you would expect from a sole practitioner."