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Training Contract - 2026 - Fried Frank

Training Contract - 2026 - Fried Frank

companyFried Frank
locationLondon, UK
PublishedPublished: Published 2 weeks ago
Full time
Role CommencementWithin 2 years
SRA QWE competencesApplying critical thinking and analysis (SRA competences A5) | Applying legal principles (SRA competences A4) | Clear Oral and Written Communication (SRA competences C1) | Client centred advisory work (SRA competences B3) | Client relationships (SRA competences C2) | Learning from practice and other people (SRA competences A2) | Legal Drafting (SRA competences B4) | Legal Research (SRA competences B2) | Negotiation (SRA competences B6) | Opportunity to gain feedback from effective supervision (SRA competences A3) | Project/case management (SRA competences B7) | Technical legal practice (SRA competences B1) | Understanding the business and compliance environment of the organisation (SRA competences D2) | Written and Oral Advocacy (SRA competences B5) | Self-management (SRA competences D1) | Working in professionally regulated environment (SRA competences A1) | Professional workplace relationships (SRA competences C3)

Application deadline: 30 June 2024

Our London Training Contract is a tailored and engaging training programme that provides a practical, hands-on approach to learning. You will be part of a close-knit team working for substantial clients on UK, European, and International transactions, with direct access to US and UK capabilities. Our Trainees spend their two-year Training Contract working with Partners and Associates across four departments, gaining a broad knowledge of the law on their way to becoming a lawyer.

If you are applying to Fried Frank during your studies, we recommend that you apply in either the penultimate year of your law degree or the final year of a non-law degree.

Fried Frank London invites highly motivated, bright individuals who have a keen interest in the practice of Law to apply for one of our limited Training Contracts in our London office.

Our minimum requirements are:

  • 2:1 degree (equivalent to 3.5 and above for GPA)
  • AAB at A-level (equivalent to 35 and above for IB)

The application processes is:

  • Completing a series of questions
  • Providing a detailed CV including:
    • All schooling with Grades (from GCSEs to University / Post grad)
    • Work experience
    • Vacation schemes
    • Previous employment
    • Please  give  details  of  any  clubs/societies/voluntary  organisations  you  attended,  including  any positions of responsibility held within them.

Required degree level

  • Law degree/GDL/CILEX level 6 or equivalent
  • Non-law degree