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Training Contracts

We are always looking for bright creative minds to join our expanding team. Our firm values people skills and creativity as much as high marks and academic achievement.

Trainee recruitment is a hugely important process for Druces. We invest a lot of time and energy in the process as it gives us the opportunity to recruit individuals who we hope will grow with our firm and contribute to its ongoing development. A number of our current partners and solicitors have trained with the firm.

We need to recruit dedicated and committed individuals who want to contribute to the continuing success of Druces and develop careers as astute commercial solicitors. As part of their development within the practice, our trainees spend six-month stages in the following four practice areas.

Property Litigation & Dispute Resolution Private Client Corporate & Commercial Unlike larger firms, Druces provides opportunities for much more hands-on experience and one-on-one attention from our highly experienced solicitors.


The application process for Training Contracts commencing in 2018 has now opened and the application process is as follows. Please complete the application form by clicking here. Candidates should have a

  • minimum of 2 ‘A’s and a ‘B’ at A-level (or equivalent);
  • minimum 2.1 degree;
  • demonstrable interest in one of our practice areas

Other qualities we look for include communication skills, team-working skills, attention to detail, the ability to manage time and workload as well as a degree of legal knowledge that is commensurate with your level of experience. Previous applicants need not apply. Closing date 30 September 2016.

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