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Belfast Solicitor apprenticeship scheme 2020

Please Note: The application deadline for this job has now passed.

Job Introduction

We do things differently. Our policy is an open one – we’re open to ideas, open to connected working, open plan and open minded. From our multi-skilled working community to our commitment to sustainable and responsible business, we’ve reshaped the traditional law firm into a fresh, bright, inclusive and creative place to work. As a ‘Best Companies’ accredited firm, we’re confident that our way works. We continue to win business from FTSE listed, national and international companies including the BBC, Sainsbury's, Boohoo.com and Glastonbury Festival.

TLT's separate practice in Northern Ireland opened in 2012 and is based in the heart of Belfast's business district. The office numbers c.60 employees including 6 partners. The office is led by Katharine Kimber, Partner and part of our Banking and Lender Services Group, which has a sizeable team based form the office. We also host a wide range of practice areas including Real Estate, Renewables and Banking.

Our Belfast office ensures we have a presence in all 3 UK legal jurisdictions, allowing a consistent delivery of service to our clients across the UK. This will mean you will be able to work with some of the UK's leading organisations.

Role Responsibility

If you join us for a apprenticeship contract assessment day, you'll spend one day at our office meeting the graduate recruitment team and our Solicitors and Partners. You will also take part in exercises which will assess your suitability for a career at TLT.

We anticipate the assessments will take place in early December.

The Ideal Candidate

To apply for an apprenticeship contract with TLT you must have been offered a place at the Institute of Professional Legal Studies (IPLS) or the Graduate School of Professional Legal Education (GSPLE). If you accept an offer and complete your apprenticeship contract with us, TLT will pay for your IPSL/GSLPE fees.

Please note you will need to be able to start in September 2020 in order to apply.


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