Looking for a new job can be a challenge for any legal professional. You want to ensure that the firm you choose will offer not only rewarding career opportunities and remuneration, but also that it will reflect your principles, the way you look at and feel about the world and how you can make a difference in your job.

Of course, there are many top firms to choose from, so to find out if we’re right for you, why not take a look around the website and see how we do business? You could take a look at our trainee profiles to see how current and past trainees have got on with Anthony Collins Solicitors and what they think about working with us. You can also sign up to Newsroom to receive the latest news, legal updates and briefings from us on areas of most interest to you.

But what about you? Are you the right person for us? Can you work well as a team? Do you have a responsible outlook? Do you look at things logically and analytically?

You’ll need to have strength of character and a good sense of humour, along with a versatile and innovative approach to solving problems and tackling difficult issues. Finally, you’ll need to be able to express yourself and communicate well, and be happy talking to and dealing with people from a wide variety of backgrounds and life experiences.

Attitude and competence is more important to us than your background and education. You will need the relevant qualifications for the job, but primarily we will be looking for candidates who can embrace and promote our values and demonstrate a passion and commitment to making a difference for our clients.

We believe that people thrive most when they are relaxed and happy. So although you’ll be expected to work hard, we’ll try to ensure you enjoy a friendly and supportive working environment, too.
Peter Hubbard, Senior Partner
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