Solicitor Apprenticeship

This is a fantastic opportunity to qualify as a solicitor, whilst gaining a degree. The Solicitor Apprenticeship is a six-year level 7 programme. You’ll work four days a week and spend one day a week studying towards the LLB in Legal Practice and Skills with the University of Law. Study is by blended learning and all of your tuition/ assessment fees will be paid.

As well as studying towards your LLB in Legal Practice and Skills you will also be required to take the Solicitors Regulation Authority’s (SRA) new centralised assessment, the Solicitors Qualifying Examinations (SQE), which will be sat in two parts.

You will receive support and guidance from both us and the University of Law throughout your apprenticeship. Once you have passed the SQE assessments, you will be a qualified solicitor.

Find out more about life at Browne Jacobson from two of our current solicitor apprentices, Hollie and Laura!

Hollie Ingram

Laura Morland

Areas of work 

The apprenticeship will give you real-life experience of working in a commercial law firm and the tools you need to become a competent solicitor. You’ll spend time in various departments/ teams across the firm over a six-year period, with the opportunity to tailor your experience to suit your career interests.

Am I eligible to apply? 

The below academic grades are required by the course provider (University of Law):

  • 3 A levels (or equivalent) at grade C or above (predicted or achieved) 
  • 5 GCSEs (or equivalent), including Maths and English at grade C/4 or above

However, if you do not have the required grades, we would still encourage you to apply as we will review each application on its own merit.

How and when to apply?

Applications are not yet open. We will update this page once applications are live.

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