Legal Careers in London
We are a fast growing firm of solicitors. We have offices in Balham, central London (Belgravia) and Stratford. We offer a wide range of legal careers in London that cater for clients and are able to assist under both Public Funding or Private Fee basis. Fadiga & Co is privileged to have several franchises from the Legal Services Commission. We look to recruit dedicated and talented employees in both legal and non-legal capacities. We are always interested to receive applications from quality candidates, both experienced and also those seeking experience. If you can demonstrate a strong commitment to the areas of law provided by the firm, and you are keen to build a career with us, please email your details and CV to: email@example.com, or telephone and ask to speak with the Recruitment Coordinator.
Fadiga & Co is currently authorised by The Law Society to recruit Trainee Solicitors.
We recruit our trainees from those who have worked for us, for a minimum period of six months, as a paralegal in one of our Client Services departments. We advertise our paralegal vacancies on our website or www.lawcareers.net , Inns of Court School of Law and The College of Law, etc. The Firm continuously works alongside the College of Law to provide opportunities to candidates who have either recently graduated, or have passed Legal Practice Course examination (LPC).
Who can apply?
The firm welcomes applications from both law and non-law graduates who are able to demonstrate a high level of academic and personal achievements, along with a good written and oral command of the English language. As a minimum, we generally expect a 2:1 degree coupled with A-level English. Only candidates who have completed their LPC examination will be eligible for a Training Contract with this Firm. We pride ourselves on the fact that Fadiga & Co is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
Our two-year training programme involves three seats of eight months, although the last one might be split into two seats of four months. Trainee Solicitors are supervised directly by a Director or Solicitor. Most of the training is in-house, with some formal external courses, and then eventually the Professional Skills Course with core subjects and electives. Prospective trainees should have a track record that shows a commitment to Public Funding with previous voluntary or work experience in Law Centres/Clinics, Advice Centres or in the charity and voluntary sectors.