Training Contract Applications 202124 Oct 2018
Kuits is one of the pre-eminent corporate and commercial law firms in the North West.
We consider ourselves to be trusted advisors who are committed to supporting our clients business and personal needs, both now and in the future.
Our success in doing this lies not only in our considerable wealth of technical knowledge, or our comprehensive range of services, but also in our ability to build, develop and sustain long term relationships with our clients which can sometimes span generations.
So what do we look for in our trainees?
To maintain our success, we need personalities who are bright, enthusiastic, committed, hard- working, and who are willing to take on responsibility at an early stage in their career.
A training contract at Kuits provides you with early exposure to clients and the opportunity to learn and develop skills as a trusted advisor from Day 1.
Here’s what some of our current trainees say:
“Eight weeks in, life as a trainee with the commercial property team (my first seat) has exceeded my expectations. The work is varied and interesting and I have been given plenty of responsibility to run matters with the guidance and support of members of the team. Everyone, from secretaries to partners are friendly and approachable and happy to assist. I am currently working closely with my supervising partner and the corporate team on the property aspects of a business transaction, as well as drafting leases and licences to assign and working on larger projects. The team also hold weekly training sessions which is great for building on the practical experience I have so far gained.“
“I get to shadow and work closely with experience solicitors on large development projects, where I have had the opportunity to contribute and feel part of a team. I have regular access to partners who help monitor and supervise your training and workload. We have also been afforded regular training sessions which foster and update our legal knowledge. Overall, life as a trainee at Kuits has been an exciting experience.“
“The great thing about Kuits is that I get to work with some excellent, big-name clients, while also receiving real responsibility from an early stage. From my first seat I was given my own cases to run, but there is always an experienced lawyer on hand to provide guidance when it is needed. Trainees at Kuits are central to the social side of the firm. We are involved in organising the Christmas party as well as various other networking and firm events throughout the year.”
Post training contract
Post training contract, our retention rates are deliberately high because we are looking for people who want to not only begin their career with Kuits, but who will stay and continue to develop both their careers and the success of the practice.
Many of our existing fee earners and Partners joined us first as trainee solicitors and we believe that, amongst other things, these values of team work and shared understanding of goals really help contribute to our success.
If you think that we are the sort of firm that you would like to work for and that which, in turn, would benefit from your energy and enthusiasm then we’d like to hear from you.
You’ll need to have at least a 2:1 degree, fluent communication skills, be confident, practical and personable and be prepared to go the extra mile when required.
If this sounds like you, then please complete and return the application form by June 14th 2019.
You can either e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org or send by post to:
Head of HR
Kuit Steinart Levy LLP
3 St Mary’s Parsonage
What happens next?
Receipt of applications will be acknowledged as they arrive.
Assessment days will take place on Thursday 4th July 2019 and Thursday 11th July 2019.
Please note that due to the volume of applications received, it is not possible to personally contact all applications as to the next stage of the process, other than those whom we wish to invite to attend the assessment day.
"Throughout my different roles within the firm, my voice has never been ignored and my opinion has regularly been sought and valued. I have never felt like I am simply just a number or a statistic which is something I often hear from friends within the industry. People make an real effort to get to know each other on a personal level and I am happy to call many of my colleagues my friends. "