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As a firm steeped in history we are naturally very proud of the fact that for the past 200 years we have served the local communities’ legal affairs. That is not to say that we are set in our ways; we embrace the challenges facing the legal system today and find solutions to fit both our employees’ and clients’ needs. We look for people that fit our forward thinking approach.

Our one-partner to one-client approach ensures that clients are given consistency and continuity of care. Client feedback tells us that our availability and clear and concise communications have made all the difference to them. We spend time with our clients to work out the best approach to fit their particular situation, guiding and directing them to a satisfactory conclusion.

We have achieved the Law Society’s prestigious mark of excellence, the LEXCEL Accreditation and we have held this for the past nine years. A strong emphasis on best practice is embedded throughout the firm, so you know that when working for Sewell Mullings Logie you are contributing to providing the highest standard of client care.

Working with Sewell Mullings Logie you will be a part of a friendly and professional team working environment. We have a good work/life balance and enjoy the benefits of working in such a vibrant and beautiful location.


At the beginning of your working life with us you will receive an in depth induction to help you to integrate and settle into the firm. Inductions include getting to know all of the staff, what they do and how that might be helpful to your development. You will also be made fully aware of the firm’s IT systems. You will understand how we communicate within the firm and with our clients.

As a firm that strongly believes in investing in our people, we have an Annual Training Plan that is both aligned to business and individual needs. The Training Plan also seeks to encourage staff to explore new ways of working and creating opportunities for their career development.


We are based in the heart of Cirencester, described as the Capital of the Cotswolds. Cirencester is a vibrant and prosperous town close to Cheltenham, Gloucester, Swindon, Oxford and Bristol. There is so much to see and do within and around Cirencester that when you have rest time from work you will not be short of activities to keep you occupied. Locally there is the Corinium Museum, Brewery Arts Centre, Cirencester Park or the Roman Amphitheatre. Close by, spend time in the world famous Westonbirt Arboretum near Tetbury, the Cotswold Wildlife Park in Burford and the Keynes Country Park, which is a part of the Cotswold Water Park.

There is an abundance of places to shop and eat with wonderful cuisine and locally sourced, home-made food being served in pubs, restaurants and cafes.

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