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Insights // 18 December 2021

Blandy & Blandy Invites Training Contract Applications

Blandy & Blandy has opened the application process for training contracts to begin in September 2022.

Applicants who have completed (or expect to) the Legal Practice Course (LPC) and meet the firm’s other requirements will need to submit an application by the 11 February 2022 deadline.

Blandy & Blandy is recognised as a top tier firm in both Chambers UK Guide and The Legal 500 and the firm’s success has also been reflected through a series of awards and nominations.

Emma Ford, a current trainee solicitor at the firm, said: “I was attracted to the breadth of expertise that the firm has to offer, which would provide me with a well-rounded and high quality training experience. As a trainee, I have had hands-on experience in a variety of departments, undertaking a growing level of responsibility whilst under the supervision of very supportive colleagues. As I reach the final stages of my training contract, I can look back on a very rewarding period of training with Blandy & Blandy and I feel fully prepared for the next stage of my career as a solicitor.”

Fellow trainee solicitor Ed Giles added: “Blandy & Blandy is a truly full service firm which gives trainees the freedom to experience a wide variety of quality work.”

For further information or to apply, please see our training contracts page.

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