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|Number of work placements:||20|
|Minimum qualification:||2.1 degree and 300 UCAS points or three years commercial experience|
|Start salary:||Market rate|
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Application details and method of selection
Applications for our 2021 training contract must be recieved by 30 June 2019. Forms and information are available online at www.bevanbrittan.com/careers/working-at-bevan-brittan.
Firm description and career prospects
Bevan Brittan is a national commercial law firm who provide a comprehensive range of services to clients in the public, private and third sectors which commission, provide, procure, fund and regulate public services.
Types of work
Our core markets are health, local government, housing, waste, energy and renewables, education, emergency services, public infrastructure, charities and not-for-profit organisations. Our client base reflects this and includes a third of all NHS bodies and all local authorities in England, 30 housing associations, and over 100 private sector firms who serve these sectors – all working together on the delivery of public services. Our services include advice covering outsourcing, major infrastructure projects and PFI, employment matters, regulation and governance, property, construction, litigation and dispute resolution, and general commercial issues. The firm operates in cross-departmental teams across these markets, harnessing the full range of skills and experience needed to provide top-quality legal advice. Teams are established in practice areas such as employment, property, commercial and infrastructure and clinical risk, covering both private and public sectors.
Who should apply
We recognise that the most important prerequisite of quality service is a team of lawyers dedicated to service excellence. Our success is maintained by attracting and keeping talented legal minds. We are looking for bright people with sound common sense and plenty of energy, who can think logically and clearly. You need drive, commitment, willingness to take responsibility and the ability to work and relate well with others.
Bursary and funding for GDL and LPC available.
Training contract programme
During each six-month seat, the core of your training will be practical work experience in conjunction with an educational programme. The training is aimed at developing attitudes, skills, legal and commercial knowledge which is essential for your career success. You are encouraged to take on as much work and responsibility as you are able to handle, which will be reviewed on a regular basis with your supervising partner. The firm is friendly and supportive with an open-door policy along with a range of social, sporting and cultural activities.
Employment, commercial dispute resolution, commercial and infrastructure, property, medical law, clinical negligence.
Type of practice
Corporate & Commercial, General Commercial
Bristol, Birmingham, London, Leeds
Diversity access schemes
Law Society Diversity Access Scheme, Pathways to Law