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Candidates wishing to apply for a training contract should submit their CV and covering letter by email to [email protected]. Candidates will be assessed based on their academic qualifications and any other factors relevant to the role. Successful candidates will be able to demonstrate an affinity with our group values - dynamic, ambitious, pioneering and successful.
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Method of applicationCV and cover letter
Method of assessment
- HR-led interview
- Partner interview
- Written exercise
GS Verde Law is part of the GS Verde Group - a corporate finance led deal making group. GS Verde Law is a new style law firm designed for businesses. We provide clients with legal advice and support in the areas of corporate law, commercial contracts, intellectual property, employment and commercial property. The delivery of our service is innovative and designed to suit the needs of our clients working in fast paced business environments.
We are growing and expanding as a law firm and group and therefore your career prospects with us are without limitation. Candidates that perform to an exceptional standard during their training contract will be offered a permanent position with the firm.
Four seats will be undertaken during the two-year training period, corporate, comemrcial contracts and IP, employment and commercial property. The seats are all hands on and we expect our trainees to effectively contribute to the work of the team. You will have direct contact with clients.
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