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The vacation schemes that we run forms an integral part of our trainee recruitment process and in almost all cases our trainee solicitors will have undertaken a vacation scheme with us.
Application by CV, covering letter and online application form.
More details about training with us can be found at www.lbmw.com/site/careers.
Applications for the 2022 vacation scheme will open on 1 November 2021 and close 28 February 2022. Apply online.
How to applywww.lbmw.com
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Ms Julie Marshall
Method of applicationOnline application form
Method of assessment
- Partner interview
- Telephone interview
- Written exercise
Lee Bolton Monier-Williams is a medium-sized firm based in Westminster.
Types of work
We offer extensive experience and advice across a wide spectrum of activities including commercial, employment, property, private client, litigation, charity and education work.
Who should apply
We seek to recruit trainees with a good degree (2.1 or above), first-class communication skills, motivation, professionalism, initiative, enthusiasm and a sense of humour.
Our vacation schemes run for four days each. During that time the candidates will rotate around the four main departments undertaking both written tasks and being involved in real files whilst experiencing the office environment. There will also be some group activities such as a mock trial and a client pitch. Candidates will spend time with the trainees and meet the partners at drinks and lunch respectively. This forms a key part of our selection process as we invite some candidates for interview based on which we then make training contract offers.
Trainees spend six months in four seats following induction - private client, property, litigation, commercial property, education and charity. Training is comprehensive and covers a full induction programme, participation in internal seminars and training sessions, and attendance at external courses including the Professional Skills Course.
A contribution will be made - details to be confirmed via our website.
Contribution towards cost of LPC – £7,000.
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