Careers at Foot Anstey

Big plans. Serious future.

Add value in our business teams

More than half of our firm is made up of business professionals – bright, dynamic people with a wide range of specialist skills in tech, finance, business development and HR. There is real scope to innovate, contribute to our growth and direction, and develop your skills.

Why join?

In May 2023, we set out an ambitious four-year strategy which will see the firm evolve and grow on a greater scale than ever before. This strategy, together with our culture, opens up opportunities for our people – to build their expertise, to make an impact, to collaborate and innovate. By joining Foot Anstey, you can be part of a firm that’s aiming to make bold moves in the legal world. This really is a seriously good time to join.

Our benefits

We pride ourselves on being a supportive employer, and we’re always looking at what our people need; to enjoy the best of work and life.

Your family

From fertility checks to enhanced parental leave.

Your lifestyle

From birthday leave to taking a sabbatical.

Your health

From private medical insurance to eye tests and a digital GP.

Your wealth

From saving money on everyday purchases to investing in your pension.

Your peace of mind

From life assurance to income protection.

Life at Foot Anstey

Foot Anstey has so much to offer ambitious individuals, with a culture that’s refreshingly human, collaborative and innovative.


Current vacancies

Here are our current opportunities within our Business Professional teams. If there’s not the right opportunity for you here now, please register your interest and we’ll let you know when the right role comes along.

Digital Data & Technology

Bristol, Exeter, Plymouth, Southampton

People stories

Our Business Professionals play a critical role in the growth and success of Foot Anstey. Discover what makes our people tick.

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