Linklaters is a global law firm and a member of the Magic Circle that offers expert legal advice to a number of global corporations and financial institutions to help them overcome their most challenging problems. Linklaters is the world's fourth largest global law firm by revenue. In 2009/10 it received total revenues of £1.18 billion and profits per equity partner of £1.2 million. As of April 2009, it employed approximately 2,260 legal advisers and 2,830 other staff across 26 offices in 19 countriesLinklaters' believe that strong client relationships and personnel quality is the key to a successful business, and graduates applying to Linklaters can expect to join a thriving and challenging community.
The Graduate Scheme
Linklaters' training programme features a number of practical schemes in one syllabus at their unique Law and Business school, designed to develop graduates' business skills and technical knowledge, providing the expertise to perform their roles at all levels. A mentoring system is in operation, so graduates have the advantage of the advice of senior lawyers at all times to help them progress. Once qualified, promotion opportunities to senior levels are available for candidates that consistently prove their abilities in whatever area of law they specialise in. Linklaters also guarantees continued training opportunities for employees at all levels to ensure that they are always up to date and able to offer their clients the highest possible service. Salary is reviewed yearly and increases based on performance and contribution.
What you need: Graduates must have a strong desire for a career in global business law, and a good degree classification from any discipline. They should also be excellent team players with a creative problem solving attitude.
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