Our people are highly regarded in their field and we are always looking for smart, passionate and hard-working individuals to join us. At Augusta, we provide a dynamic, collaborative and respectful environment where everyone can thrive. If you are a dispute resolution expert looking for a new challenge, why not explore this exciting new area of law and funding.
Work in an intellectually stimulating environment that challenges conventional thinking and creates innovative solutions.
Build your career and discover your potential in an exciting environment where people feel empowered to do their best work and success thrives.
Be part of a diverse and inclusive team providing you with the flexibility and support you need to strike a work-life balance.
Join a collaborative and interactive workplace where each voice is heard and everyone has the potential to make an impact.
‘Augusta is the perfect blend of commercial and legal. The environment encourages me to make fast commercial decisions and be creative in doing so, while maintaining and improving my litigation and wider legal knowledge. I learn something new every day and no two days are the same, which makes it a uniquely exciting place to work.’Harshiv Thakerar
‘Augusta has a truly innovative culture and is an exciting and empowering place to work. My days are packed but my evenings are respected allowing a true balance between progressing professionally and maintaining family life.’Eliza Finch
‘I was interested in joining Augusta as a market leader in the litigation funding space. The entrepreneurial and collaborative approach were key positives for me. Since joining Augusta, I have been involved in working on innovative commercial matters in an ever-changing, unique and dynamic industry.’Jefferson Wong
‘I did not think it was possible to pursue my passion as a litigator outside of private practice but I have (thankfully!) been proven wrong. Augusta cultivates an environment that allows me to develop my strategic thinking and to do so alongside inspiring like-minded people.’Leon Sher