Technology Researcher

Salary: Negotiable depending on experience

Job Location: London

Job Type: Permanent

Job Ref: TechRes

Please apply with a CV and Covering letter to clearly explaining why you are interested in our firm, the role on offer and why you believe you are suitable for this role.


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Joseph Hage Aaronson LLP is an exciting specialist litigation practice based in Holborn, central London. We have built a new model for the provision of litigation services. Our partnership comprises world-renowned practitioners, both barristers and solicitors, from various dispute-resolution backgrounds. Our firm’s barristers and solicitors, with their distinct experiences, work closely as a team from the beginning of every case. We therefore combine the best qualities of a chambers with those of a traditional law firm. Our practice areas are commercial litigation, international arbitration, tax disputes and forensic investigation and we focus on the highest quality, most complex cases.

Our sole focus is achieving the best outcomes for our clients in their most demanding, complex, and important cases. We strive to be the UK’s leading law firm in each of our practice areas.  See more in About Us.

The post is full-time 5 days a week: Monday – Friday, from 9am – 6pm.

The Role

We are looking to hire a top Technology Researcher to work as a researcher specialising in analysing the future of technology within law firms and making informed recommendations. You will be very familiar with sites such as: Techcrunch, The Verge, Mashable and Wired and be able to provide regular weekly updates on the latest advancements in technology.

The right person will be exceptionally bright, hard-working and should have a very good first degree (First Class equivalent or a high 2.1 from a top University) and a good post-graduate qualification in a relevant subject.

An ability to present information with clarity and provide concise, insightful analysis in the shape of regular reports to the Managing Partner is critical to this role.

The role requires you to carry out research into a broad range of subjects, for example:

  • Technology in law firms; how it has changed the way lawyers work, how it shapes organisations, and how it is affecting organisational culture.
  • What is the ’future of work’ and what are the implications for law firms. How is technology changing the way we live and work? How will it change organisational structure in a law firm?
  • Leading applications and enterprise solutions to be used by law firms Current assessment of document management systems used by law firms
  • Suggesting processes for best practice with technology within a law firm
  • Understanding social media and its place within the future of law firm

It is essential that you are dynamic, hard-working and flexible in your approach to work.

The ideal candidate will be eager to learn and make this role your own.