Eligibility & selection criteria

All sorts of people build careers and flourish here, but there are a few things that they all have in common.

  • excellent academics*;
  • enthusiasm and a drive to succeed;
  • teamworking skills (both as a leader and a player);
  • good humour, resilience and strength of character;
  • initiative and a sense of responsibility;
  • an innovative approach and versatility;
  • an analytical and logical mind; and
  • excellent communication skills and the ability to adapt them to your audience.

*As well as having a minimum of 128 UCAS points at A-Level on the basis of the new tariff system (ABB or above), and a consistently strong predicted or achieved 2:1 degree, you should be comfortable in your ability to deliver on all of our selection criteria.

You are eligible to apply for our schemes if you are a:

  • Penultimate or final year law student
  • Final year non-law student
  • Graduate and career changer

Having a law degree is by no means essential - we recruit a healthy number of future trainees every year from non-law backgrounds.

We are very proud of our open and inclusive culture and have worked hard to create an environment where an individual can be just that, an individual. Whether it's through the efforts of our dedicated Equality and Diversity Committee or simply as a result of our culture of fairness and transparency, we have a strong track record of hiring, retaining and promoting from a truly diverse range of backgrounds.


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