Who we are
across our 6 international offices in Dublin, Belfast, London, New York, San Francisco and Palo Alto.
lead our business through a combination of their corporate law expertise and their specialist focus on the key legal disciplines and business sectors.
Trainees hired each year
allowing you to continue to train alongside Ireland's leading lawyers. Our retention rate is one of the highest among the top corporate law firms in Ireland.
Specialist Legal Areas
gives you the opportunity to discover which areas of law interest and engage you most. The emphasis and operation of these practice groups continually evolve and develop in anticipation of external market needs.
at the top of the Irish market.
LawStart Days January 2021- Apply now.
We are now accepting applications for our January LawStart Programme. The closing date for receipt of applications is Friday, 13 November 2020. Please submit your online application via the following link. Full details of the programme can be found here.
9 in a row - ALG named ‘Most Popular Graduate Recruiter in Law’ for the ninth year running
For the ninth year in a row, A&L Goodbody has been voted Ireland's 'Most Popular Graduate Recruiter in Law' in the 2020 gradireland Graduate Recruitment Awards. The 2020 awards recognise excellence and innovation in graduate recruitment. The awards are adjudicated by an expert panel of judges and the votes of over 13,000 undergraduate students in Ireland. Read more.
This Working Life: Employers must nurture talent of class of 2020
If you have graduated and are considering the first step in your career then check out this great article from ALG's Keavy Ryan in the Sunday Business Post. She talks about what employers should offer graduates, such as a commitment to training and development, a focus on diversity, inclusion and responsible business, and an opportunity for challenging work. For more on what you should look for in a future employer, read the article in full.
Introducing our new trainee rotation in pro bono
A&L Goodbody has introduced a new trainee rotation in its pro bono practice. The rotation will start in April 2020 and will be the first of its kind in Ireland. Our new pro bono trainees will work closely with charities, not-for-profit organisations and pro bono partners in managing and providing this service. The rotation will help them to develop skills in client care, project management and most importantly legal research, drafting and advocacy. Find out more about our pro bono practice.
ALG first to offer Client Tech trainee rotation
A&L Goodbody is introducing a rotation into our Client Technology team as a new building block in our award winning Trainee Programme. This rotation is the first and currently only one of its kind in the Irish market. For more details click here.
Visit our dedicated Innovation and Business Transformation area to find out how we are using technology to transform the way in which we provide legal services to our clients.