Whether you’re looking for a new challenge or a better work life balance, we can support your ambitions and accommodate your needs.
As a fast-growing and ambitious firm, we understand that to fulfil our potential, we need to fulfil that of all our employees. We set professional goals and create tailored development plans for all our people, and our recently launched Capital Academy is central to how we share knowledge, ideas, and experience.
But each career path is unique, so to give you a better idea of progression opportunities at Capital we’ve asked some of our lawyers to tell you their story.
A father of two originally from Greater Manchester, joined Capital in 2018 as a senior associate in our corporate team. Just 15 months later, he became our youngest partner. Read his story here.
Ultimately, we want to make your life easier.
We have a grown-up approach to working hours, and thanks to our ongoing investment in technology we’re able to fully embrace the opportunities of remote working. We also offer competitive annual leave entitlements, and the option to buy (or sell) annual leave.
Your wellbeing is our priority. In addition to a health cash plan, life assurance, pension, and enhanced maternity & paternity pay, you can benefit from our cycle to work scheme, free yoga, free flu vaccinations, and subsidised chiropractor visits.
We’re regularly reviewing our benefits to take into account our employees’ evolving needs, based on their own feedback.
We offer a competitive salary and a generous recruitment referral scheme.
Our lawyers get the chance to be promoted twice a year, and any colleague or team can be rewarded at any time via our internal recognition scheme. Rewards include but are not limited to gift vouchers, time off, and recognition payments.
We encourage progression and do it in an organic way. We don’t believe in restricting on numbers or length of service, but in rewarding great work by great people.
We are committed to protecting the privacy and security of your personal information.
Our privacy notice describes how we collect, use and share personal information about you, in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and Data Protection Act 2018. The notice also informs you of the rights you have in relation your personal information.
You can view our privacy notice here