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Applications process now closed.

Applications for a “period of recognised training” commencing in September 2018 have closed (they closed on 1 June 2018) and we do not currently have any vacancies.

If you would like to be considered for September 2019, please keep an eye on our website.  It is likely that applications will open in the Spring and that you will need to email your CV and a covering letter, explaining why you would like to join our team, to E: debbienuttall@hrclaw.co.uk.

Why HRC Law?

Competition is fierce for what used to be called “training contracts” and, given our size, we have limited places.

We are a busy commercial firm.  As a trainee with us, you’ll be an important part of the team from the get-go.  You will gain exposure to all of our practice areas.

We encourage early responsibility and expect trainees to manage workloads autonomously and as part of a team.

We offer a supportive and friendly working environment and challenging and interesting work.

If you think you might like to apply for a period of recognised training with us, please take a look at the rest of our website to get a feel for us, and the type of work we do.

You might find our page on work experience helpful too.

What others have said

Sherrelle joined us as a paralegal and completed her training contract with us before qualifying into our Corporate team.  She said of Mark with whom she worked as a trainee, and still works:

“Mark is an affable personality within the firm and there is a great respect for the way Mark expertly deals with his clients and the technical skills he demonstrates within his work.”

Jennifer joined us at the start of her training contract and qualified into the Corporate team recently.  She said:

 “I’ve seen HRC Law go from strength-to-strength during my training contract.

“What sets the firm apart is the people-centric culture and opportunity to help clients’ businesses succeed and really make a difference. I look forward to developing my career further at HRC Law.”

Still doing the academic stage or the LPC?

If you’re still completing the academic stage of your training, or doing the LPC,  but would like to be considered for a future period of recognised training; or if you’re thinking of combining part-time work with study in order to become qualified, please do get in touch with us.

We look forwards to hearing from you!