Undergraduate Placement 2019
JCP Solicitors is a regional law firm with offices across South and West Wales. As one of the largest law firms in Wales, our clients include businesses and private clients, including some major high street lending institutions, agricultural, public and voluntary sector organisations. We enjoy a close and longstanding relationship with our clients and industry professionals. The delivery of our services is centered on specialist practice areas ensuring our clients receive an expert and excellent service.
Every year we offer law students from Swansea University a twelve month legal assistant placement. We will have four places commencing in August/ September 2020. Past opportunities have seen Legal Assistants work in a variety of teams including Remortgage, Conveyancing, Clinical Negligence, Business Support and Wills and Probate.
The placement scheme is designed to give you an insight into the legal world, whilst receiving a salary and having valuable legal experience to put on your CV. The scheme has also proven to be a gateway for previous students to secure paralegal positions and training contracts once their degree has finished.
As a placement scheme Legal Assistant, you will be welcomed into the firm as an employee and invited to join the firm’s football team, nights out, Christmas party and summer barbecue, whilst enjoying all the benefits of being part of a close knit team.
In order to apply for the positions you must be a Law student at Swansea University and in the second year of your degree.
Positions available in Swansea and Carmarthen offices.
If you feel you have the right mix of skills and experience to fulfil the above role, please request an application form by email to Trisha Rees at E.P.Rees@swansea.ac.uk.
If you would like to know anything else about the scheme, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Closing date: May 2020.
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.
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