Trainee Solicitor Opportunities - All Offices
We are now accepting applications for 2021/2022 Trainee Solicitor positions. The closing date for applications will be 31st May 2021.
Our Trainee Solicitor positions offer an exciting and comprehensive training programme over two years, with a variety of seats to be undertaken in a range of our practice areas.
Why join the team at JCP Solicitors as a Trainee?
As a Trainee Solicitor of JCP Solicitors, you will experience four seats on a six-month rotation, in a mixture of contentious and non-contentious areas.
We recognise the importance of training and development for our employees and during our Trainee Solicitor programme, you will work in a supportive environment alongside Directors, Associates and our dedicated Training Principle. In each seat, you will have the opportunity to both hones in on and develop a variety of skills that will maximise your potential and enable you to carry out your role with excellence. The quality and variety of our clients and specialities will give you exposure to an interesting and challenging workload, whilst learning the role of a Solicitor.
What do we look for in our Trainee Solicitors?
We believe that the success of JCP Solicitors is built upon our people and we recruit high calibre individuals with the skills, personality and commitment to help us provide excellent client service and leading expertise in our field. We are looking for talented individuals that are highly motivated, committed and commercially aware who demonstrate the potential to be our Directors of the future.
If you have completed or will have completed your LPC by the intake dates above and you feel you have the mix of skills and attributes to be a Trainee Solicitor with JCP Solicitors, please click here to download application form and email it to email@example.com.
JCP Solicitors is an equal opportunities employer. The Firm does not tolerate any less favourable treatment of any employee or job applicant on any ground, including but not limited to gender, marital status, race, racial origin, nationality, national origin, religion or belief, disability, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, age, membership or non-membership of a Trade Union, pregnancy, childbirth, political affiliation, relationships in the workplace, or any other prejudice.