Travers Smith Graduate Recruitment Brochure 2013–14
Travers Smith is looking for bold modern thinkers who want to be challenged from the start, stretched by top-quality work for blue-chip clients and inspired by leading lawyers in their fields. This year we’re looking to recruit 25 trainees. Not many, but we want the best — bold and bright people who are committed to a career in law but who also have a lighter side and don’t take themselves too seriously. In return, we offer the chance to be part of a firm that has earned a phenomenal reputation, is recognised as a leading specialist in each of its chosen disciplines and routinely wins headline-grabbing work.
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