The client is one of the largest dedicated commercial property law firms in the UK, and has a national reputation for excellence in its field. Acting for clients in both the public and private sectors, including central government, local authorities, landowners and institutional investors, the firm provides property law expertise to clients based all over the UK.
Their graduate training programme takes high calibre graduates through a broad management training programme, covering all disciplines relating to the running of a law firm. Upon successful completion of the training programme (2 years), successful candidates would be expected to undertake senior roles within the firm.
The programme includes:
One-to-one mentoring with the Chief Executive
Project based learning, covering the full spectrum of the business
Training courses in a variety of forms
We would like to hear from graduates with the following qualifications and attributes:
Ø a 2.1 minimum standard academic degree from a top university (likely Russell Group). All degree schemes will be considered but the role would especially suit a graduate in Law, Science/Engineering, English, Land Economy, Economics or other challenging degree.
Ø Majority A*s (or equivalent) at GCSE and minimum 3 A grades at A level.
Ø A strong desire to build a career to senior level in general/business management.
Ø Hard working (dedicated and effective)
Ø Have a commitment to a ground up learning style
Ø Excellent spoken and written English
Ø Strong ability to communicate at all levels and to work well as part of a team
Ø Extensive research skills
Ø Creative outlook/strong on ideas
Ø A resourceful nature
Ø Good self-motivation and independence to take on individual projects
Ø Ability to take responsibility
Ø Ability to stay focused and calm under pressure
Ø Results orientated
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