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Blandy & Blandy LLP Offering Training Contracts

Blandy & Blandy LLP has launched its application process for training contracts commencing in 2018 and 2019.

The firm, which has offices in Reading and Henley-on-Thames, is seeking two trainee solicitors for 2018 and two for 2019, who will each undertake four six month long ‘seats’ across different teams.

HR Manager Anne Laflin explained: “At Blandy & Blandy we attach a great deal of importance to recruiting trainee solicitors. Indeed a significant number of the firm’s current partners and many of our solicitors trained at the firm.”

Trainees enjoy the opportunity to gain experience in areas including corporate and commercial law, probate, tax and trusts, employment law, dispute resolution, family law and property and planning law.

Stuart Rose, a current second year trainee solicitor, said: “Blandy & Blandy offers trainees a diverse range of work and encourages you to get hands on. Working closely alongside solicitors who are highly ranked within their respective fields, there is a clear focus on providing trainees a high level of responsibility allowing them to gain the best form of training from day one. The firm’s welcoming atmosphere and commitment to developing the next generation of lawyers, ensures trainees feel a vital part of the team from the moment they start their training contact.”

Blandy & Blandy features in Chambers Student Guide and was named ‘Best Trainer - Medium Regional Firm’ at the LawCareers.Net Training & Recruitment Awards 2015 (finalist in 2016) and as a double winner in the latest Lex 100 Survey. In addition, the firm was awarded a one star rating in the 2016 Best Companies Survey, having previously twice been named as ‘one to watch’.

For more information, please see training contracts and how to apply or contact