As the market leader in legal transformation, we provide clients with access to world-class technology, elite management consulting expertise, and superior legal services. The American Lawyer named UnitedLex the Best Alternative Legal Services Provider for our excellence and innovation in the legal profession, and the Great Place to Work® Institute recognized UnitedLex for our high-caliber people, processes, and systems.
Connect the Dots Between Law, Business, and Technology
The most passionate, creative, and high-performing people in the legal, business, and technology fields come together at UnitedLex to make a difference. Our culture emphasizes client service, integrity, and excellence.
We set the standard for delivering transformative legal and business solutions. You will work on industry-changing initiatives with senior lawyers, consultants, engineers, and experts worldwide. We also offer customized professional development to help advance your career.
Commit to Diversity
Diversity and inclusion are crucial to fulfilling our mission. Our diverse team of professionals allows us to effectively draw on different perspectives that enhance our decision-making, deepen the relevance of our advice, and promote our efficiency and effectiveness.
We strive to attract, retain, and develop a diverse team, and we welcome the wide range of experiences and viewpoints that our employees bring, including those based on age, ability, ethnicity, gender identity and expression, race, religion, sex, and sexual orientation. We leverage the enhanced innovation and creativity, greater productivity, and employee satisfaction that derive from a well-managed, diverse, and inclusive workplace.
Make an Impact Where You Work and Live
We encourage our team to participate in programs designed to strengthen the communities in which they work and live. To help improve the health and well-being of people around the world, UnitedLex supports qualified nonprofit organizations and innovative programs dedicated to solving key global challenges.
80% U.S. employees have advanced degrees
75% U.S.-based managers promoted from within the company