Dee & Griffin Solicitors are always looking for local talent to share in the firms exciting future. Candidates must be able to thrive in a fast-paced environment that maintains high professional standards. Customer service is at the centre of what we do so candidates must be comfortable in providing regular client updates in person, over the telephone or via email. The ability to establish rapport with our clients and our business partners is essential to all our roles.


Dee & Griffin Solicitors recognise that their main strength is its people which is why significant investment goes into training and charitable causes to create a special environment for its employees.

Team work and empowerment are key factors at internal meetings. Socialising also plays a major part in maintaining moral with monthly staff events that range from charity functions to a pint in the local pub.

Our Corporate Social Responsibility policy allows for staff to work out of the office for one day a year. This results in real, tangible results for the charity and its exciting for all the staff to be involved in amazing projects like The Chamwell Centre

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Career Progression

Our ethos is illustrated best by our Managing Partner Julian Jenkins who began his career with the firm 30 years ago as the office junior. He remains committed to the same principle of investing in staff for a long and fulfilling career.

Alongside investment into professional training our staff have also enjoyed training specific to customer service (accredited by the Institute of Leadership & Management) and sales.


Each of our Hucclecote, Quedgeley and Cheltenham Film Studio branches offer plenty of free parking and we have a pension scheme. We welcome receiving job applications directly, even if a position is not advertised. If you are interested in becoming a part of the team the please send your covering letter and CV to

Current Vacancies

Practice Manager

As a Practice Manager at Dee & Griffin solicitors, you will play a critical role in ensuring that the practice operates in accordance with legal regulations and maintains compliance with various regulatory bodies.  Your responsibilities will encompass managing compliance, overseeing third party suppliers, drafting, and implementing policies and procedures, financial planning and ongoing monitoring of financial performance, the position will also involve an aspect of legal cashiering and full time COFA position.

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