Addleshaw Goddard has today announced the launch of its new contract lawyer offering – AG Integrate.

The purpose of AG Integrate is to provide high quality, temporary resource to meet the needs of our clients and of Addleshaw Goddard.

AG Integrate will place self-employed lawyers within our clients' businesses to provide additional resource for discrete projects or to deliver additional expertise for a defined period of time. Alongside this, AG Integrate will also allow the firm to supplement its workforce, to assist with workflow and transaction peaks.

Greg Bott, Head of the Client Development Centre and AG Integrate stated: "This is a really exciting development for the firm, which supports our strategy of client, business and people focus. Our people will benefit from a potential alternative career option; our clients will benefit from quality assured legal resource that can be integrated to meet their needs; and our business will benefit through additional income opportunities and access to a wider pool of talent."

AG Integrate focuses on three core pillars: fit; quality; and agility – which reflect the firm's mindset, innovation and commitment to quality.

Katherine Rathbone, HR Manager at AG stated: Our long-term investment in client relationships and our deep understanding of our clients' businesses and sectors means we can match the right resource to each assignment.

AG Integrate will provide a versatile approach to legal resourcing and for ambitious legal professionals, will offer the freedom of flexible working, the opportunity to work across a number of diverse projects and ongoing training – all with the support of a premium business law firm.