What it's like to work here

Everyone who works at Neves are handpicked for their hardworking, "can do, will do" attitude who are willing to go the 'extra mile' for our clients. 

If that sounds like you and the sort of place you would like to work, check out our current vacancies.

 

Charlotte Clements

Charlotte Clements - Dispute Resolution Executive

I have been with Neves since January 2015, starting in the role of administration assistant, moving to become an assistant in the company commercial department, and I am now an Executive in the dispute resolution team. 

Neves have always supported my professional development.  I studied for my LPC on a part-time basis, alongside working full-time at Neves and I am now undertaking my qualifying employment to become a Chartered Legal Executive through CILEx. 

When I decided to start the LPC my main concern was that I would really struggle to manage my time, but Neves has allowed me the flexibility to be able to focus both on my studies and my work responsibilities.

I feel as though my points of view are considered and taken on board by solicitors and partners alike and that there is not a “them and us” attitude which can be disheartening for a more junior member of staff.

Everyone is extremely friendly and supportive and even working in a rather small department it feels like everyone is on the same page for doing the best we can and providing the best service for clients.

Emily Pope

Emily Pope - Family Law Solicitor 

I joined Neves in September 2018 as a trainee solicitor following the completion of my Law degree and LPC. My first seat was in the family department. As a trainee I was given a lot of responsibility and exposure to complex cases, which has been great experience. Both of the partners who supervised me were more than happy to take time out of their day to discuss my work with me and provide regular feedback, which really helped me to develop and learn.

A large proportion of my training was spent in the Family department, complimented by seats in Conveyancing and Dispute resolution. Having experienced working in the matrimonial, conveyancing and dispute resolution teams, I have been able to transfer my knowledge from one department to the next and this has helped me to advise clients where there is a crossover, such as a property transfer arising from a financial order on divorce or making enforcement applications for non-compliance with court orders. 

I qualified as a Family Law solicitor on 3rd December 2020 following the successful completion of my training contract. I was delighted to qualify into the family department in December 2020 working under the supervision of Head of Department, Beth Woodward. 

Whilst every business has a hierarchy, at Neves I feel you are treated equally regardless of your position at the firm and you really feel that your opinion is valued. I feel that I could phone any person in my address book with a question, regardless of seniority, and they would be more than happy to answer it.