Whether you live to work, or work to live we want you to feel part of the HCR family. There are lots of us doing loads of different things all the time, this page will show you who we are and what we do inside and outside of the day job.
See why our Paralegals and Trainees support local charities
We believe in four key values, and it’s these values that drive us forward to deliver the best possible service to our clients.
A commercial approach
No matter what area of law our clients need help with, we do everything we can to ensure that we’re adding value – from keeping a dispute out of court to save costs to helping a client to plan their estate in a tax-efficient way.
The law is constantly evolving, so our staff should be, too. We invest in staff development and training, and encourage our team to share this knowledge with their clients via seminars and workshops.
Clear decision making
Our clients trust us to help them make difficult decisions, and in time-critical cases, we work quickly and accurately to reach the best result.
Teamwork and respect
When we work together, we can achieve great things. Everyone in the firm, no matter their role, brings their unique talents to the table to make sure we provide an unparalleled service.
If you’re ambitious, committed and ready to go places, then Harrison Clark Rickerbys is the firm for you. Although law is what we do, you don’t need to be a solicitor to work with us – we have opportunities in numerous areas, including business support, and are often looking for both qualified solicitors and paralegals to join our growing team.
When you become part of our team, we’ll help you to move onwards and upwards – no matter what that path looks like. Whether you’re a paralegal looking to become a fully qualified solicitor, or a university graduate with aspirations of becoming a partner, we’ll give you the training and opportunities you need to grow.
We were shortlisted for the 2018 HR Distinction awards in the Talent Management category.
Scaling the heights, 11 lawyers from Harrison Clark Rickerbys took on the Three Peaks challenge at the weekend, and raised nearly £8,000 which will go to Three Counties charities.
30 women reached Everest Base Camp and three even managed to summit Kalapatar (5500m) the following morning to watch the sun rise over Everest.
The Sam Driver White Memorial Art Competition drew almost 50 entries from all over the city, from all ages, and ten winners were chosen by judges.
HCR took to the hills for charity in a big way, with teams from three offices climbing Everest (virtually) and Group Services sending a mighty team to walk the length of the Malvern Hills.
Our Hereford office ran a charity car wash in Hereford, raising over £200 for Close House.