Graduates play an integral part in our firm’s development. As a result, we’re always looking to uncover talented gems who are looking to develop their legal careers.

To find out more please read our current literature:

Click here to view our online Graduate Recruitment Brochure

Click here to view our flexible Graduate Programmes

Click here to view our Legal Assistant Foundation Programme

At Freeths we “think differently” and this also applies to the Flexible Graduate Programmes that we offer. If you are a bright and talented individual who will make a real difference to our Firm over the coming years then read on to find out more about which Flexible Graduate Programme suits you best.

At Freeths we believe that it is your career therefore you should be the one to choose how it starts. So if you prefer to focus on gaining valuable work experience prior to commencing either your LPC or training contract, or to study part time whilst working or to even complete your academic qualifications prior to starting your training contract then at Freeths there is a graduate programme to suit you.

We are flexible in our approach to finding the best talent and therefore accept applications from both law and non-law students and from those who have already graduated or completed either their LPC or GDL.


Applications for Training Contract with Part Time Study Programme are now closed until 1st November 2016.

To apply for our Legal Assistant Foundation Programme please click here. Positions are available all year round.  Applicants should be available to start immediately (excluding notice periods).

To apply for our Direct Entry Training Contract Programme please click here. Deadline is 10th July 2016.

Current Legal Assistant Foundation Programme Vacancies: We are not actively recruiting Legal Assistants to any of our offices at the moment but are always happy to receive applications to the Legal Assistant programme to review for the future.

If you would like to find our more about a legal career why not read LawCareers.Net's The Beginners' Guide to a Career in Law.