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Success on court!

15 May 2012

Browne Jacobson is not usually known for its sporting prowess on the netball court however, April 2012 saw the first win for the team in the Nottingham Junior Lawyers Division (NJLD) League in over two years!

The Sports Secretary for the NJLD described the result as “inflicting Nottingham Law School’s first defeat of the season with a 21-17 victory.”

Being a trainee at Browne Jacobson is not just about developing your technical legal skills; you are expected to be able to socialise and network to create and maintain successful working relationships with both colleagues and clients.

We are actively encouraged to take part in a number of extra curricular activities ranging from playing sports to taking part in advocacy competitions.

The firm also has its own Sports and Social Committee who organise regular firm-wide events as well as its own Community Action Committee who work with a charity nominated each year to fundraise and offer “people-power” to assist with manual labouring.

Browne Jacobson trainees are also actively involved with the local branch of the Junior Lawyers Division with four trainees currently sitting on the committee!

It really is great to work for a firm that recognises the value in playing hard as well as working hard.