Training Contracts & Internships
Trainee solicitors are a vital part of this firm. We believe strongly in training our own staff internally and adopt a hands on approach wherever possible. Our Jennifer Sole won the lawcareers.net award for best small firm trainer in 2015 and we have been shortlisted for a training award by lawcareers.net for the past 5 years. During their contract, our trainees gain exposure to all of the areas of law we practise and, under supervision, will have client contact from the very beginning. Life as a trainee with us is summarised in this article.
We are currently seeking trainee solicitors to work in our London City and High Wycombe offices beginning in 2022 and 2023. There is no deadline for making an application. We often arrange 2-day assessment periods which allow both us and the candidate to obtain an insight into each other. Suitable candidates should have a minimum of a 2:1 degree, if this has already been completed. We will consider applications from candidates who have not yet completed their degree or LPC, and candidates who wish to seek to qualify through the SQE route.
If you wish to make an application please send a covering letter and your CV to:
Julia Bowman, Curzon Green Solicitors, 10 Philpot Lane, London, EC3M 8AA or by email at: email@example.com
We offer short term placements during the Easter, summer and winter breaks at our High Wycombe office to students who are undertaking a law degree, or the GDL or LPC. During your time with us you would be involved in activities such as legal research, preparing draft documentation, attending court and meeting clients. Over 70% of our trainee solicitors completed a placement with the firm before being offered a training contract. We currently have placement opportunities available during 2022. If you wish to make an application please send a covering letter and your CV to:
Julia Bowman at Curzon Green Solicitors, 10 Philpot Lane, London, EC3M 8AA or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Curzon Green is committed to providing equal opportunities in employment. All job applicants and employees will receive equal treatment regardless of their sex, ethnic or national origin, race, gender, disability, age, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, religious or political beliefs, marital status or family circumstances.