With over a million users across our platforms, the technology team sits at the heart of LBR. We build and deliver world-class products to the legal market and support legal practitioners to do their jobs quicker and better.
We constantly evolve our offering and look to utilise the latest tech to provide innovative, interesting solutions to genuine problems faced by lawyers and their peers.
The rapidly growing product and technology team is made up of developers, UX experts, product managers, web designers, project administrators/scrum masters and a QA team. Whether you’re an experienced senior developer or a graduate looking to explore a career in product, we are always looking for bright, enthusiastic individuals to join our friendly team. We offer a supportive, collaborative and fun environment where your career path can flex to suit your ambition and needs.
At LBR we have a passion for technology. Be it front-end frameworks, back-end languages or automation, we constantly strive to improve our skills, practices and technology. Our core stack is C#, ASP.Net, React, SQL and ElasticSearch, but there are many other technologies at use within the organisation. Devops principles are practised at all stages to ensure consistency of quality and stability of platforms, from containerised dev environments, CI pipelines and deployments to infrastructure as code.
High performance, highly available API-driven services and applications which draw on our vast catalogue of content and data.
Components and single page applications that can be embedded in a variety of different ways to provide functionality to different groups of users.
Automation is key to our processes, and we utilise build and deployment pipelines and infrastructure as code extensively.
Data analysis, machine learning and visualisation tools help our teams unlock value and champion data-driven decision-making.
Meet the Team
My attitude has always been “whatever it takes”, be that PoCing a new technology or product, making architectural decisions or pitching in to investigate and fix production issues.