Addleshaw Goddard
work experience

Easter Work Placements 2021 - Scotland

Still recruiting throughout COVID‑19

Job description

We offer week-long Scotland Easter work placements in Edinburgh. And because everyone is an individual, we make sure each placement is a valuable experience for each individual student.

While you are here, you will get to know the everyday life of an Addleshaw Goddard trainee. You will be allocated a department to sit in and, if you are part of the summer scheme, will swap into a new department in your second week. You will be supervised by an experienced solicitor, who will welcome you to the department and allocate work. A trainee buddy will be on hand to help throughout your placement.

This is a scheme as unique as you are. As well as informative sessions, group exercises, assessed work and plenty of time at your desk, you will attend social events with a range of people across the office. It’s a real chance to get to know our people and our culture. We offer training contracts to successful placement scheme students, so we’d encourage you to apply.

What we are looking for

What will really open doors to an outstanding career here is the real you. At Addleshaw Goddard, we’re looking for original minds and collaborative spirits alongside motivation, drive and commercial awareness. We’re constantly delighted by the diverse backgrounds of our best lawyers, and we’re open to law and non-law graduates alike, as well as those looking to change career.

Qualifications

We require a 2.1 honours degree (or equivalent).

Accepted degree subjects

Any

Additional job details

Location
Edinburgh
Salary
£16,926

£32.50 regional and £376.25 London per week

Contract, dates and working times
Fixed term

Full-time

How to apply

Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 5 January 2021

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Closing date:  5 January 2021

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