Our selection criteria

We welcome applications from both students with and without a law background, who have a minimum of BBB from three A Levels (excluding General Studies) or 300 UCAS points. Candidates must also have achieved at least a 2:2 classification at degree level.

What we look for

Some of the attributes we look for in our new recruits:

  • Enthused by our values. We want people who love the work that they do.
  • Innovative and creative thinker. We want people who can help us evolve.
  • Intellectually curious to research and enquire. We want independent thinkers.
  • Understands personal impact on others; knowing how to contribute most effectively in the workplace. We want individuals to join our firm.
  • Flexible team worker. We want people who contribute positively when working in a team.
  • Accomplished communicator. We want people with the ability to positively influence others.
  • Manages personal performance to meet expectations; demonstrating drive, determination and accountability whilst doing so. We want people who are committed to succeeding.
  • Resilience, perseverance and positivity when meeting new challenges. We want people who don’t give up.

If your application is successful, you’ll be invited to take part in a psychometric assessment, an interview and assessment centre.

Anthony Collins Solicitors will provide funding for the LPC fees for those who commence their LPC by 2018 and join Anthony Collins Solicitors as trainees by 2021.

We will be recruiting for 2020 and 2021 in our next round of recruitment, and you will be able to apply between 5 November 2018 and 31 July 2019.

Contact our HR team

If you'd like more information, please contact our HR team directly here.

We’re extremely proud of the calibre of lawyers we attract – people who are inspired by our values and motivated by our vision. We work with our clients to positively influence the society and communities we are building together.
Peter Hubbard, Senior Partner
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