Addleshaw Goddard announces 2017 solicitor apprenticeships

International firm Addleshaw Goddard has launched a solicitor apprenticeship programme, starting in September 2017.

The scheme will see apprentices complete a six-year programme which combines a paid role at the firm with teaching by BPP University Law School, culminating in qualifying as a solicitor. Apprentices will become members of Addleshaw Goddard’s transactional services team, which is split across three offices and consists of solicitors, managers, paralegals and apprentices covering a wide range of legal work.

Apprentices can expect a salary of £15,000 during their first year, with increases in following years. Hours will be 9:00am – 5:00pm, with four days a week spent working at the firm and one day studying at BPP. To learn more about the scheme and apply, visit the firm’s website

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