Mark Teal - Head of Commercial Property
Where you go is up to you
Twenty-five of our former apprentices have gone on to gain full-time roles as legal secretaries, paralegals, administrators, and HR, IT and finance executives.
Twenty-six of our lawyers joined the firm as trainee solicitors fresh from law school. Sixteen of them went on to become partners.
Many of those partners have gone on to lead teams and departments and to work on the biggest cases with the biggest clients achieving national acclaim in the Legal 500 and Chambers guide.
This is what happens when you join Gosschalks. Unlike working for a big city firm, you’re not just another number.
If you have aspirations of becoming a partner, heading your own team, or helping to expand parts of the firm, tell us and we’ll help you get started.
Where you go is up to you. But we’ll be there every day to help you make it happen.
“I wanted to work in a busy and challenging environment to help progress my career and I certainly found that at Gosschalks. From day one I was involved with real clients on real cases and was made to feel like an important part of the team from the off. I feel like I have gained so much experience in such a short space of time.”
Emma Walley, Solicitor - Corporate department. Qualified 2017 after two years training with the firm.
Our graduate training programme for 2020 is now open for applications.
With the firm growing year on year, we’re always looking for future solicitors, partners and leaders to join us. If you think that's you and you have what it takes then please follow the link below to complete our online application form.
Click here to complete our 2020 graduate application.
Closing date for applications is Friday 28th September 2018 - interviews will take place from November onwards.
For help and advice when making your application, please contact Liz or Emma in our HR team on 01482 324252 or via email, email@example.com.
Please note: Gosschalks subscribes to the Voluntary Code to Good Practice in the Recruitment of Trainee Solicitors. Any offer of a training contract will be conditional on your passing all heads of the Legal Practice Course.