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Who should apply
A strong academic background is essential with a minimum classification of a 2.1 degree. In addition, you should have strong inter-personal skills, be commercially aware and ideally have previous work experience where these skills have been utilised.
How to apply for a period of recognised training
You should apply by downloading and using: Furley Page graduate application form, along with your covering letter.
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Method of applicationOnline application form
Method of assessment
- HR-led interview
- Panel interview
- Written exercise
Furley Page has a strong reputation in Kent and the South East, we are recognised by the Legal 500, Chambers UK and Chambers HNW for our legal expertise. We are accredited by Investors in People.
We know trainee solicitors are the future of law firms which is why we have developed a training programme so highly regarded by our trainees.
Read our website and you will see we offer a wide range of services to both corporate and private clients across a broad spectrum of areas, including specialist sectors such as agriculture and rural business and charities. This means we can offer you strength and depth in your training and exposure to a variety of different types of clients.
We give you real responsibility by allowing you direct contact with our clients. You will be working with friendly, commercially-driven professionals who will support you throughout your training programme. Don't just take our word for it, read the blogs written by some of our current trainees and solicitors who trained and qualified with us.
Our training principal, George Crofton-Martin will oversee your training programme and trainee solicitors will generally spend six months in each seat with a training supervisor. Trainees will gain a wide range of experience and develop their professional skills, laying the foundation for a successful future career in law.
Furley Page will fund the entire LPC fees with a combination of a grant and an interest-free loan.
- Corporate & commercial
- Dispute resolution
- Employment law
- Real estate
- Private client
- Trusts & estates
- Elderly & vulnerable client
- Family law
- Personal injury
- Corporate & Commercial
- General Practice
Agriculture & rural issues
It is unsurprising that some of the country's strongest agricultural law practices are to be found in rural regions.
Charities lawyers advising the not-for-profit and social enterprise sector cover wills and trusts to commercial and real estate law.
Commercial property/real estate
Commercial property lawyers work on a wide range of transactions including offices, retail developments and infrastructure projects.
Corporate finance/mergers & acquisitions
Corporate finance lawyers advise companies on all aspects of the buying and selling of whole businesses or business assets.
In this area of legal practice, clients generally fall into two categories: the rich or famous and the media.
Commercial litigation involves the resolution of disputes in the corporate and commercial sphere.
Employment, pensions & incentives
Employment lawyers work across all areas of employment law, including handling discrimination, staff restructuring and whistleblowing issues.
Issues such as climate change and the need for alternative energy sources make environmental laws more important than ever.
Family lawyers deal with diverse issues including marriage, civil partnerships, cohabitation, separation, divorce, financial claims and pre and post-nuptial agreements.
Restructuring and insolvency lawyers are necessary when a company, individual or other organisation is in financial difficulties.
IP barristers advise on issues that range from commercial exploitation and infringement disputes to IP rights in large commercial transactions.
Personal injury law falls under the law of tort and involves civil claims brought to obtain compensation for injuries.
Private client solicitors looks after the affairs of individual clients and trustees, managing all aspects of their personal wealth.