Trainee Solicitor Contracts

We are always looking for new talent to join our firm

Life as a trainee

At Herrington Carmichael we provide an environment in which our trainees can learn and develop their skills. We try to accommodate trainees with their preferences as we recognise that for some, it can be difficult to know before commencing a training contract what areas of law will be most rewarding in practice. 

Trainees will be given the supervision of Partners or other lawyers to guide them along the way. 

Trainee Solicitor Contracts

Our trainee solicitor contracts provide an excellent environment in which to learn and develop the skills needed to qualify as a solicitor.

The Herrington Carmichael trainee programme injects enthusiasm and freshness in to our business. We value having a well-run trainee programme, as it is the perfect way to develop a workforce of home grown talent that fully understand our business, values, aims and objectives.

- Alex Canham, Partner, Corporate & Commercial

About Herrington Carmichael

Turnover and Growth 


Life as a trainee...

See how a few of our trainees are getting along.

Herrington Carmichael Career Insight 2020

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Award winning legal advice

We are solicitors in Camberley, Wokingham and London. In 2019, Herrington Carmichael won ‘Property Law Firm of the Year’ at the Thames Valley Business Magazines Property Awards, ‘Best Medium Sized Business’ at the Surrey Heath Business Awards and we were named IR Global’s ‘Member of the Year’. We are ranked as a Leading Firm 2020 by Legal 500 and Alistair McArthur is ranked in Chambers 2020.


60 St Martins Lane, Covent Garden, London, WC2N 4JS 

+44 (0) 203 755 0557


Building 9, Riverside Way, Watchmoor Park, Camberley, Surrey. GU15 3YL. 

+44 (0)1276 686 222


27 Broad Street, Wokingham, Berkshire. RG40 1AU.

+44 (0)118 977 4045


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