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Trainee Solicitor from Slaughter and May Greater London Continuous recruitment

During the two-year training period, trainees gain experience of a broad cross-section of our practice, taking an active part in the work of four or five groups, sharing an office with a partner or experienced associate. Most trainees spend two six-month seats in the corporate, commercial and financing groups. All...

Salary: Over £37,001

Posted: 10/06/2014
Training Contract 2016 from Slaughter and May London Continuous recruitment

We are a leading international law firm with a multinational client portfolio of many of the world's leading companies, organisations and governments. Our lawyers devise solutions for complex, often transnational, problems and advise some of the world's brightest business minds. Our offices in London, Hong Kong, Brussels and Beijing combined...

Salary: Over £37,001

Posted: 29/01/2014
Training Contract from Herbert Smith Freehills London Continuous recruitment

As one of the world’s leading legal practices, we offer exceptional training and development opportunities. You will work alongside inspiring people on challenging and complex matters for many of the biggest and most ambitious organisations. We will help you grow personally and professionally. You will spend time in disputes and...

Salary: Paid

Posted: 07/10/2013
Training Contract from Dundas & Wilson LLP Various Continuous recruitment

Trainees 50 Partners 83 Total staff 584 Dundas & Wilson is a leading UK commercial law firm with offices in London, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Our strategy is to offer clients an integrated UK capability across our key practice areas and we are continually expanding our London capabilities to further support...

Salary: Competitive salary

Posted: 05/09/2013
 
 
 
 
 

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