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Trainee talk is brought to you by Browne Jacobson’s first and second year trainees. They will be sharing their trainee experience so that you can understand what it’s like to work here and to give you a bit more information about the journey to becoming a fully-fledged newly qualified solicitor!
If you would like to find out more about how to become a trainee, visit our trainee page.
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Since starting my training contract back in September, I have learnt that the overall experience is far greater than the work that you do in each seat.
I’m nearing the end of my first seat in the Birmingham employment team, in our Business and Professional Risk (BPR) department.
Having completed my first year in Nottingham, I moved down to the London office for my third seat in the commercial team. The experience so far has been great.
I’m nearly halfway through the first seat of my training contract, Technical Claims and Social Care in our Insurance and Public Risk (‘IPR’) department.
I’m nearly halfway through my training contract, based in Birmingham and occasionally visiting the Nottingham or London offices.
Prior to starting my training contract, I spent nearly 2 years working as a Legal Assistant in our Nottingham Employment team.
There is no doubt that at times the working life of a trainee can be tough. However, it is also true that there is a very strong social side to the firm and particularly within the trainee group.
We have a good system for logging our learning and development as a trainee using a system called ‘Online Mentor’.
If you are a hoping to secure a training contract with Browne Jacobson you should be familiar with the ‘What we look for in you’ section of our careers website.
Last weekend some of the trainees embarked upon part one of this year’s Trainee Triathlon Challenge - Tough Mudder Half at Belvoir Castle in Nottingham.
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