Andrew Clinton, who has been with the firm for 22 years is a highly respected commercial litigator in his own right. He became the managing partner in 2006. His management style is open and egalitarian. Everyone is encouraged to ask direct questions at any time and is assured of a straight answer. He works in an open-plan environment and will make time for everyone, regardless of their role within the firm. A true champion of the firm’s strategy, Andrew is constantly seeking to refine and develop the company's approach to market and the delivery of their services to ensure that asb law remain a sustainable, successful enterprise.
As an organisation asb law are committed to the well being of their people. This is apparent by their very effective family friendly policy which allows for flexible working/homeworking/flexi hours. Over the past two years every flexible working requests received have been granted and many of their people work from home or work an informal flexi hour arrangement. The company recruit part time employees, which is unusual in the type of environment they work in and have a sabbatical scheme to support those individuals who wish to pursue other interests for a period of time. They also offer first class benefits including a health care cash plan, which focuses on supporting their people for common ailments/conditions, provided for all staff. Cover can also be extended, at cost, to their families. A significant proportion of staff also have private medical insurance. The company encourage and support a variety of sporting activities from badminton, to 5-a-side football, to beach volleyball and operate a ‘Cycle to work’ scheme.
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At least 33% of senior managers are women
On-site gym or subsidised gym memberships
10% of staff undertake charitable activities during business hours
On-site nursery or vouchers
40% of employees with more than 5 years' service
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