Our People, Your Team

Working at Lanyon Bowdler.

Working together to make a difference
  • Benefits of working at Lanyon Bowdler
  • Our values
  • Our culture
Andrew Pegg, Praveen Chaudhari & Ed Burrell at an event

Our Culture.

Our staff are proud to work at Lanyon Bowdler; below is a selection of comments following an internal questionnaire which included the question ‘what makes you proud to work at Lanyon Bowdler’?

“Because I want to be a part of a company that upholds its belief that their staff are invaluable and can offer a quality service to their clients.”

“The strong team and the desire to work collaboratively for the benefit of our clients.”

“Getting successful outcomes for clients knowing it will make a difference to their lives.”

“Lanyon Bowdler has a great reputation for being a good at what we do, I am proud to be part of that.”

“The feedback we get from clients and the relations between the staff.”

“The dedication I see in the people I work with.”

“The people. the ethos and the reputation of the firm.”


Working together using our legal skills to make a difference to people in our communities, helping them meet challenges and achieve fairness, justice and peace of mind.

Our values spell the word CAPES.






Find out more about our values by visiting here.



Benefits of Working at Lanyon Bowdler

Your Physical & Emotional Wellbeing

Westfield Health (Employee Assistance Programme) – key elements include:

  • Free cover for dependent children up to 22
  • Up to six counselling sessions
  • Dental and optical cover
  • Complimentary therapy including physiotherapy, acupuncture, etc
  • Access to GP 24/7

Trained mental health first aiders in every office.

Cycle to work scheme.


Supporting Professional Development

MBL seminars

Watch & Go online learning system

Professional fees and subscriptions

Professional development opportunities

Financial Wellbeing

Group Life Assurance



25 days holiday to start increasing, with service, to 33 days

Discounted legal fees

Flexible working hours (Flex+ scheme)

Tech scheme

Recognition & Celebrating Success

Discretionary bonus scheme

Referral incentive scheme

Long service awards

Firm wide social events


What our colleagues say.

I can hand on my heart say Lanyon Bowdler are the best company I have worked for. Everyone is so welcoming and approachable, I feel honoured to have been offered an opportunity to work here and to be a part of such a fantastic team.

Bethany Fennell
Debt Recovery Unit

There is a strong emphasis on employee wellbeing and continuous professional development, ensuring that all staff have the opportunity to excel and grow within the firm.

Naila Kosser
Court of Protection

I have worked as a solicitor at Lanyon Bowdler for over 30 years and have particularly enjoyed building up my practice and experience in contentious probate work during a large part of that period. The quality and range of work has always been very good and kept me interested.

Claire Vale
Contentious Probate

I have returned to Lanyon Bowdler after many years and am enjoying being part of a dynamic firm with a firm focus on client care and having the right people to deliver that. As an employee, my experience of the working environment is that it is supportive in all ways, from career development to work/life balance.

Mandy Mason

I have been supported by Lanyon Bowdler throughout my career. Starting as a legal support assistant in 2016, undertaking my LPC part time, and then through my training contract. I am now recognised as an associate solicitor. It has been a supportive and friendly place to work.

Staci Robinson

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