Working with Hudgells
Client care is in our DNA
At Hudgell Solicitors we are fiercely committed to doing the right thing – helping us meet our goal of righting wrongs, standing up for the vulnerable and giving a voice to those seeking justice.
This approach has been embedded within the Hudgell DNA since Neil Hudgell established the business in 1997.
Today, we are an award-winning, recognised leader in the legal fields we specialise in, supporting people across England and Wales in cases relating to medical negligence, personal injury, criminal injuries, injuries abroad, military injuries, actions against the police and at public inquiries and inquests,
We are recognised as a Leading Firm by the Legal 500 Guide, and listed as one of the ‘Best 250 Law Firms in the UK’ by The Times newspaper in 2021, 2022, 2023 and 2024.
We value diversity
Hudgell Solicitors is committed to creating an environment where people are respected as individuals. Everyone is treated fairly, equally and with attention, courtesy and respect.
We recognise the benefits of a diverse workforce and during our recruitment process, anyone who applies for a position at Hudgell Solicitors will be treated equally and fairly. We are committed to avoiding discrimination in our dealings with our clients, our staff and all other third parties that we may deal with.
Hudgell Solicitors has proudly supported hundreds of charities, local community groups and good causes through donations, fundraising and staff volunteering.
More than £500,000 has been donated directly by our community arm, The Neil Hudgell Trust, supporting a wide range of projects, small charities and deserving individuals.
We are proud to have developed many strong, long-lasting partnerships with those we support, helping to ensure our work is not just short term, but that real legacies are left.
At Hudgell Solicitors, as a law firm that puts people at the forefront of our business, we have developed a benefits package that reflects how much our staff mean to us!
We invest in our people to ensure that they are provided with the support needed to enable and empower them to be at their best, and to ensure they are rewarded for their achievements.
Hull. Manchester. London.
Hudgell Solicitors offers a full range of personal legal services with teams of specialists across the UK where we provide a truly national service, managed from operational hubs in Hull and Manchester.
We also have a London office on Chancery Lane and lawyers representing clients across the capital and the south. You can be assured we will have a lawyer not far from you, able to conduct face-to-face meetings.
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Dr Neil Hudgell - Executive Chairman at Hudgell Solicitors
Rachel DiClemente - Chief Executive Officer at Hudgells
How do I apply?
Applications for all of our vacancies should be submitted using the online form which can be found on each job listing page. You will be asked to provide some personal details and to attach your CV. Every application received is reviewed by our HR Team and a hiring manager. We are committed to ensuring that our recruitment processes do not pose any barriers and are as inclusive as possible.
This includes making adjustments for anyone who has disability. If you have any questions or require any adjustments to be made to the application and/or interview process, please email [email protected].
What is the next step after I submit my application?
If your initial application is successful, we will invite you to attend at least one interview. Usually, we hold one interview but for some roles, there could be more.
Who should I contact if I have a query about the role or the recruitment process?
Please submit all of your queries or concerns to [email protected].
What should I do if there are no current vacancies?
You can submit your CV to [email protected], if you have not found what you were looking for. Your personal data will be kept in accordance with our information retention statement.