Surround yourself
with the best
"We are renowned for our flexible,
friendly and supportive environment"
"You will transition from
law student to qualified lawyer"
"You will work with clients from
the start of your first rotation"
"We bring a unique focus
to your skills development"

Why choose Matheson

The success of Matheson has been built on the implementation of a clear market-led strategy and a commitment to excellence.

Above all, however, we achieve results through our investment in talented people. We aim to recruit individuals who will play an important role in the future success of the firm.

We are renowned for our friendly, flexible and supportive working environment, where creative thinking, entrepreneurial initiative, high quality and excellence are rewarded. The team spirit is evident at all levels of the firm, as is the shared commitment to deliver only the highest quality advice and service to our clients.

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What our trainees say

The best way to learn about what life is like as a trainee lawyer in Matheson is to listen to those who know – our current trainees. Watch our videos covering the work, training, people and social life in Matheson.

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Training and development

Our trainee lawyer programme is considered to be one of the best in Ireland. Our commitment to our trainees is to provide them with the training and opportunities they require to become successful lawyers.

Our programme is designed to help you make the transition from law student to qualified lawyer and to provide you with the knowledge, skills and expertise that our clients demand.

As a trainee lawyer in Matheson, you will have the opportunity to develop your expertise working alongside some of Ireland's leading lawyers.

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