WBW Solicitors is proud to announce that we have embraced a new cohort of aspiring legal minds with three new Trainee Solicitors who joined us in September this year. Looking ahead, we are excited to welcome another three Trainees in April 2024, alongside the celebration of two of our current Trainees qualifying in the same month.

As a firm committed to nurturing talent, WBW Solicitors will open applications for Trainee Solicitors in February 2024 to start in September of the same year. Candidates are encouraged to stay tuned for application details via our social media channels and website.

Building on the success of our immersive training programs, we are delighted to invite applications for our 2024 Summer Work Experience Schemes in March 2024. This initiative provides participants with a comprehensive view of the legal landscape, offering hands-on tasks that impart valuable insights and skills.

Kerry Curd, Training Partner at WBW Solicitors, remarks, “Our Trainee and Summer Work Experience Schemes are at the heart of our commitment to the legal profession. They are not just programs but are gateways for budding legal professionals to encounter a vibrant, challenging, and rewarding field. We believe in unlocking potential and offering a platform where trainees can thrive, learn, and contribute meaningfully to the legal community.”

A testament to the value of our schemes comes from a 2023 summer work experience student: “I had the opportunity to delve into various areas of law. The hands-on tasks allowed me to gain valuable insights into the intricacies of the legal field. I would like to thank WBW Solicitors. Their expertise, mentorship, and dedication to sharing their industry knowledge have been instrumental in shaping my professional growth.”

At WBW Solicitors, we are dedicated to fostering the growth of our profession by investing in the future. For more information and to stay updated on our Trainee Solicitors and Summer Work Experience Schemes, please visit our careers page or email [email protected].