Working at Legis Point
Every firm has a distinct culture and environment. Finding a
firm with the culture and environment that best fit your
requirements and expectations is possibly the most important
factor in deciding on which is the best firm for you. Our
recruiting process is structured to attract qualified
candidates who will most appreciate and foster the qualities
that we find desirable and attractive at Legis Point.
Legis Point is committed to hiring, developing and keeping the
best people no matter what their background or experience. We
believe our people should be as diverse as our client base and
the setting within which we work. We know that having different
perspectives and backgrounds allows us to create innovative
solutions for our clients.
We promote an inclusive culture in which people from different
backgrounds and perspectives are valued and have equal
opportunities to succeed in this firm. We aim to provide
everyone with the opportunity to realise their full potential
as part of our determination to have the very best people
working in our team.
Legis Point LLC is defined by a number of key values and core
Our people are is motivated to:
- Build strong relationships with clients as well as
- Complete tasks efficiently and effectively
- Perform the best in everything we do
We also have a set of values that we view as fundamental to
how we work as a team:
We appreciate the importance of Work/Life balance to our
lawyers. To be successful in your career, we believe you must
also need to be successful in life. We recognize that demands
on a lawyer can sometimes disrupt the delicate balance between
work and personal live. To that end, we try to assist our
lawyers by organising social events and activities from time to
time. We also have a 5-day working week and once a week, we
have a “dress down day”. Where necessary, we discuss with
our lawyers to help them better manage their Work/Life balance.
We regularly evaluate our best practices in managing the
Work/Life balance of our people.
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