Building lasting careers

 

Open to ideas, open to innovation, open to pioneers, and open to people committed to delivering consistent, excellent service. Our door is open to outstanding talent, whatever your background.

We’re proud that so many of our people stay with us for the long-term, but that doesn’t stop us searching for the right people for our firm – in terms of talent and culture.   We build teams combined with ideas, experiences and expertise.  It's what keeps us sharp and moving forward.  There’s never been a specific Trowers ‘type’ – we’re diverse and eclectic. What we do all have in common is an approachable nature, enquiring minds, and a real drive to collaborate with each other and our clients.

We’ve long recognised the value of a diverse team, an inclusive culture and a supportive working environment.  For our clients this spells better advice and better service. And for our people it means the opportunity to grow with us, and work alongside talented people who share insights, develop creative solutions and move forward as a team.   With bright ideas, a collaborative outlook and an accountable attitude, talent develops, grows and flourishes. And with a desire to integrate comes the opportunity to be authentic.

We run a well-regarded graduate recruitment programme each year, as well as apprenticeship schemes for business support professionals and a structured career pathway for paralegals. Additionally we’re always on the lookout for experienced lawyers and business support professionals at every level to share in our high-achieving, friendly, positive culture.


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