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Trainee Solicitor

Posted 3 January by Pertemps Ended

We have an exciting new role as a trainee solicitor for a progressive law firm with offices throughout England and Wales. Although well-known and established as the largest supplier of civil legal aid services the Company also has a thriving private client base. With over 800 employees and consultants, the Company is LEXCEL accredited and takes pride in being the first law firm to achieve GOLD status in Investors in People.

We are now recruiting for trainee solicitors in one of the following disciplines: Children & Family Law, Crime, Housing, Mental Health, Prison Law, Personal Injury and Public Law.

What to expect

We are dedicated to providing our Trainee Solicitors with a comprehensive and diverse foothold into the legal world. We provide high quality training across a range of specialist areas providing best commercial grounding whilst developing your skills both personally and professionally.

This is a great opportunity to undertake good quality work within a supportive and forward thinking team environment with excellent prospects for career development.

Our Trainee Solicitors are encouraged to get fully involved with all aspects of the Firm’s networking, professional and social responsibilities, and help advertise the Firm’s commitment to providing a high quality service to all clients.

Key Skills Required:
We are looking for enthusiastic individuals, who possess initiative, strong interpersonal skills, excellent communication skills and an appetite for success.

We are looking for candidates with:

•A minimum 2.1 in their Bachelor’s degree;
•Previous Legal work experience
•Commercial awareness
•Candidates who are able to match the drive and determination of the firm in achieving the best results for our clients.

Preference will also be given to candidates who speak an additional European language fluently.

Reference: 33872387

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