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Anthony Gold Solicitors


Vacancies: 4
Trainees: 10
Partners: 24
Staff: 125
Work placement: No
Minimum qualification: 2.1 degree
Start salary: £24,300

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Application details and method of selection

We recruit 12 to 18 months in advance. Currently recruiting for 2016. Applications can be received anytime after January 2015. Completed applications to be submitted by end July 2015. Completed application form to be submitted. CV and covering letter will not be considered. Trainee application form can be downloaded from our website.

Firm description and career prospects

Our practice is broad based in that we act for both business clients and individuals. However, the lawyers who provide services for individuals and services for businesses respectively offer specialist skills in particular areas of law:

  • Commercial dispute resolution
  • Company and commercial
  • Claims against professional advisors
  • Personal injury and clinical negligence
  • Employment
  • Family
  • Housing
  • Commercial property
  • Trusts and estates

For all our clients we recognise that the legal system can be intimidating and incomprehensible. Our lawyers are trained to explain, in plain English:

  • how your problems can be solved by the legal system; and
  • the process and costs involved.

For businesses, we understand the opportunities which arise when our clients are running a business, as well as the difficulties. Our skill lies in recognising how the law can help our clients and in working with them to that end.

Training contract programme

Trainees do two to three seats (from family, housing, personal injury, clinical negligence, court of protection and commercial). All attend the Professional Skills Course (core modules and electives) run by MBL.

Type of practice

General Commercial, General Practice, Legal Aid

Work areas



Probono initiatives

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