Legal Technologist – Real Estate

1 October, 2021
by: Cripps Pemberton Greenish

We are always looking to utilise technology to improve the service we offer our clients, streamline tasks and allow our employees to add value. This role is within our tier 1 ranked Commercial Property Team, working closely with the team to combine an understanding of technology with the needs of our key commercial clients to develop new ways of supporting the service we deliver.

The Legal Technologist will be pivotal in the role out and evolution of our document automation project and will also assist in developing the technology underpinning how we collaborate with our clients using workflow and portal technology.

The position would suit someone who loves experimenting with tech applications and understanding how they apply in the commercial sphere. Previous experience or an understanding of property transactions and/or using legal software or project workflow tools would be beneficial, but not essential. We are looking for someone who is creative and loves researching new trends and developments in the legal, automation and AI industries and enjoys transferring skills and knowledge to colleagues.


If you are interested in this position and would like more information, please send your CV to  We are open to considering flexible ways of working from all applicants, please do contact us to discuss how this could work for you. For more information about working for Cripps Pemberton Greenish please click here

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As a top 100 law firm,  we are not only dedicated to our clients but also to our people, ensuring that we support each other with training and development opportunities, clearly defined career progression paths, access to the latest legal tech and a range of benefits that include private health care, a free 24hr counselling services via an Employee Assistance Programme, 25 days of annual leave plus your birthday off (if it falls on a working day) and a charity day to use each year.