AJ Bradley & Co
Contract Type
Practice Area
Human Rights, Immigration / Asylum, Litigation
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Job Description

AJ Bradley & Co is a firm of solicitors based in Glasgow at a city centre location, specialising in immigration, asylum and human rights based work with expertise and experience across a wide variety of practice areas including litigation at the First-tier Tribunal, Upper Tribunal and Scotland’s Supreme Courts.

We believe in providing excellent client care and that results and success are a natural outcome of hard work and dedication. Our success is built upon our people and we would like you to join us on our journey.

At AJ Bradley & Co we take recruitment seriously and a prospective trainee solicitor will be expected to demonstrate aptitude in a number of key areas. 

Candidates will require excellent communication and interpersonal skills while being professional and presentable at all times. Candidates should have strong commercial awareness. Diligent attention to detail is expected. 
A career with AJ Bradley will allow the right candidate to optimise their potential on inspiring projects while working collegiately with colleagues. 

Candidates must be able to match the drive and determination of the firm in achieving the best results for our clients.

All categories of degree will be considered and previous legal work experience will be of considerable advantage. A Diploma in Legal Practice is a pre-requisite for this post. Candidates require word processing and proven computer skills. 

Trainee salaries are paid in line with the current recommended rates set by the Law Society of Scotland.

May suit trainee wishing to reassign

The closing date for this vacancy is Friday 16th February 2024.

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