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Graduate Training Programme

You can start straight away upon graduation. We pay you a full salary and fully finance your fees at a leading law school to do the GDL and/or LPC and we release you one day a week to attend your courses.

If youre a law graduate, you should be fully qualified in two years (as opposed to three by the conventional route). Even candidates who did not study law at university have the chance to qualify quicker than if theyd taken the traditional transition to law, in three and a half rather than four years.

Our trainees will be given the opportunity to attend and assist on our high-profile cases, growing into positions of considerable responsibility. Vardags is a supportive firm that recognises talent and hard work, and rewards results.

We welcome applications from bright and resilient individuals with a track record of achieving great results both academically and in their wider experience. You will be keen to take on a career in challenging litigation, where your ability to remain calm under pressure is critical. You want to use your strengths and creativity to drive extraordinary results for our clients. You know that you will flourish in demanding situations where your maturity and emotional intelligence will give you a competitive edge.

Applications may now be submitted for our Graduate Trainee programme starting in September 2023. Please click View Vacancies to access our online application form. Applications should be submitted by midnight on 31st December. Interviews will take place in early 2022.

See what our Graduates say

We believe aspiring lawyers should be treated like valued professionals from day one. That’s why we offer our Graduate Training Programme, and why we’re willing to invest so heavily in hiring the very best people from the best universities with the brightest minds. See what our current Graduates have to say about working at Vardags.



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