At Samuels Solicitors we offer great career opportunities for qualified lawyers who want to join a dynamic growing firm, taking responsibility for their own case loads from the outset, and working in a friendly and flexible environment.
We are always very pleased to hear from solicitors, legal executives and experienced paralegals with niche specialisms which match our own, who are looking to move firms or to relocate to North Devon.
We do periodically offer training contracts to high calibre candidates, who wish to ultimately specialise in the areas of work that we undertake. If you have finished your studies and you are looking for a training contract, please do get in touch with your CV.
Alternatively, if you have already got your law degree and you are looking to work at the same time as completing your final year of study, we may be able to accommodate the right candidate.
We have supported several individuals over the years with training contracts and we are likely to be recruiting for a trainee again in 2021, so please do get in touch.
Secretarial & Support Staff
We have a highly skilled team of secretarial and support staff who are very important to the smooth running of our firm. We offer extremely competitive rates of pay, flexible working hours, a discretionary Christmas bonus, Christmas office closure, which is not deducted from your yearly annual leave allowance, and extensive in house training.
We have several members of our fee earning staff who started off in a support role, who have undertaken further training and qualifications, supported by the firm, to progress their careers.
We will periodically advertise vacancies on this page and on Indeed so please do get in touch.
If you are interested in a career with Samuels Solicitors LLP, please send your CV to Elayne Clarke at firstname.lastname@example.org
Latest Vacancies News
Matt Howe joins Samuels Solicitors LLP as a great new addition to the team.30/08/2018
Gillian Hibbard has now qualified as a solicitor into our property team. Well done!01/06/2017