Training Contract Vacancy (September 2015 Start), Glovers Solicitors, London

Details: Each trainee usually spends six months or more in a selection of our four different Departments: Commercial Litigation, Commercial Property, Construction and Property Finance. Our trainees are likely to deal with a wide variety of other areas as well, for example Employment, Professional Negligence, and Liquor Licensing matters. The exact nature of work and […]

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Training Contract Vacancies (Sept 2015 Start), Thrings Solicitors, South West

Details: Who are we? We are a vibrant, expanding law firm with a diverse client base, offering excellent career prospects to ambitious trainees. We operate from offices in Bristol, Bath, Swindon, and London. Who are you? You’re bright and pro-active, with a real commercial awareness. You’re enthusiastic, dedicated and able to think independently. You hold […]

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Training Contract Vacancies, Sintons Law, Newcastle upon Tyne

Details: Graduate recruitment at Sintons works a little bit differently. Rather than basing our recruitment of trainees on their performance on a single assessment day, we prefer to get to know you a little first. We run two separate assessment weeks in late June, early July. This is a two way process and will give […]

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How Pro-Active Are You REALLY Being?

There are lots of incredibly inspiring and informative career related events that will undoubtedly help students and graduates wanting to succeed in their pursuit of a career in law. However, I am regularly surprised by how often they are under-utilised by candidates struggling to get that job offer. A Lack of Pro-activity There are some […]

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Training Contract Vacancy (2014 Start), Southwark Council

Details: This is an exciting opportunity to join the Legal Services Department at the London Borough of Southwark which is based at London Bridge. The training contract will be for a fixed term of two years on a full time basis and training will be given in both contentious and non-contentious areas of local authority […]

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