If you are a Law student seeking employment after you graduate, Hill Dickinson’s Graduate Scheme might just be for you!
Who we are
Hill Dickinson is an award-winning, full service international law firm with big clients, great people and fantastic opportunities. With around 1300 people, including 180 partners, we have offices in London, Manchester, Liverpool, and Sheffield in the UK, alongside international bases in Singapore, Piraeus, Monaco and Hong Kong.
What we do
We are a full service firm, so we cover all areas of law and work across a number of sectors, including: insurance, retail, aviation, sport media, health and marine.
What we’re looking for
You will need at least a 2:1 and ABB or equivalent. We want trainees who show a commitment to learning and who will continue to learn throughout their careers. We want trainees with the insight and awareness to understand our clients’ demands and what is expected of us as an international law firm, so we want to hear about your business background. You will need to have experiences that demonstrate your passion for a career in law and the motivation you’ve got to get there.
What you’ll do
We recruit to retain, so for 2017, we’re taking on up to 14 trainees which means we’ll have the resources and time to give you as much support as you need. Because of our small intake, there’s lots of interesting work to go around and you will be given challenges from the start. You will do four seats and will be able to select preferences from a variety of different areas of law. You will have a mentor on hand throughout your time with us to offer advice, guidance and support. Before you officially start your training contract, you will spend a number of days in our offices learning about our business, as part of our LPC+ scheme. Our trainees work really hard and as you’d expect, it’s not all fun and games. But when they do let their hair down, they get together and do it properly! You’re welcome to get involved in the firm’s sports and CSR teams, too.
As well as a host of fantastic training opportunities, we also provide some pretty good perks: pension, travel insurance, buying and selling holiday entitlement, permanent health insurance and life assurance, season ticket loans, BUPA cover, and we’ll even give you your birthday off (paid).
We’ll pay your LPC fees in full and provide a maintenance grant.
Apply to: Emma McAvinchey/Jen Reed/Hannah Williams
How: Online application via website
When: By 20 July 2015 for training contracts commencing in 2017
What’s involved: Online application, video interview, critical thinking and assessment day, which includes a formal interview, presentation, written exercise and group exercise.