Achieve more. Together.

We’re known for being a great place to work and looking after our people. But what you might not know is that we are incredibly ambitious – for ourselves and for the firm.

Our commitment to having a diverse workforce

As our firm grows, we're committed to ensuring that we have a diverse workforce that reflects the communities we live and work in. We actively celebrate our colleagues’ different abilities, faiths, ethnicities, sexual orientation, and gender, and welcome applications from everyone, regardless of their personal background.


I have support requirements – how can I get in touch?

If you have any support requirements, or adjustment, additional or cultural needs please do get in touch at the earliest opportunity so that appropriate arrangements can be made. Click here for some examples of adjustments we can implement. Please contact us at [email protected] or [email protected] if you would like a confidential chat.


Disability confident scheme

Mills & Reeve are signed up to the Disability Confident Scheme. As part of the scheme we will offer an interview to disabled applicants who best meet the minimum/essential requirements of the role within their application. Please confirm on your application form if you wish to disclose a disability and take part in this scheme.


Why work at Mills & Reeve?

Watch our video to see our new London office and just some of the reasons why you should work at Mills & Reeve.

Find out more about becoming a trainee at Mills & Reeve.
Our Reach network (race, ethnicity and cultural heritage) explores the meaning of white privilege and how it plays out in society.
Mills & Reeve interviewed nearly 100 clients asking what they wanted from their law firm. Claire Clarke talks about the results and how it is shaping our 2025 strategy.

Hybrid working

At the heart of who we are as a firm is our people and culture. We strive to be a leader in people experience, to create an environment where people thrive and others want to join. Our staff retention rates, the engagement levels recorded in the employee surveys and our recognition in Best Companies To Work For and RollOnFriday all evidence our strong people culture and the fact we are a great place to work. People enjoy and value working and interacting with colleagues and this was the single biggest reason for people wishing to return to some level of office-based working. We want a community spirit that goes beyond the immediate team you work with and works well across teams and offices. We are often at our best when we come together, collaborating with our clients, across our offices, legal services, sectors and functions.

All employees whose contractual place of work is the office and whose jobs are capable of being done remotely may spend a maximum of 50% of working time (across a fortnightly period) working remotely, subject to both the needs of the business and our clients. We also need to recognise that there may be occasions when you will need to attend the office at times you had planned or would have preferred to work from home when asked by a colleague or client and it is considered necessary, for example, to meet the needs of the business or deliver a leading client experience.

We hope this approach will help us rebuild the vibrant office life we want as a hallmark of our people experience but also give everyone the flexibility to adapt their routines to the demands of their diary.



Named as one of the top law firms in the UK

We’ve been named as one of the top law firms in the UK for eight years running by RollonFriday.


100 Best Companies to Work for 2023

For the twentieth year running, we’ve made it into this prestigious list.


Awarded with platinum status

The firm joins a select club of only 6% of 50,000 assessed organisations awarded the coveted platinum status.


Things we are proud of

Business Disability Forum

Our growing disability working group, “Ability”,  collaborates with the Business Disability Forum.


Flexible working

We are happy to talk about flexible working options.



We are a Stonewall Diversity Champion and ranked in the Top 100 Employers for LGBTQ+ inclusion in the UK as part of their annual Workforce Equality Index. Stonewall works closely with our LGBTQ+ and allies network, Spectrum.


Disability Confident Scheme

We are proud to be a Disability Confident Employer. Disability Confident is a government scheme designed to encourage employers to recruit and retain disabled people and those with health conditions. 


Proud members of Working Families

We are proud members of Working Families, who work closely with our Parents & Carers Together (PACT) employee network.

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