- Application deadline: Throughout the year.
- Starting salaries: Trainee year 1 - £35,000 Year 2 - £37,000. Newly qualified - £62,000.
- Regions: Throughout the UK. Oppotunity to go on secondment in Paris and Shanghai.
- Industries: Law
- Website: http://www.eversheds.com
- Email: [email protected]
- Telephone: Graduate Recruitment Administration, National - 0845 497 1684
1 Wood Street
What is Eversheds?
Eversheds is one of the largest full service law firms in the world, based in Europe and Asia. They employ over 4,000 people in 38 offices and represent many top corporations in both the private and public sectors.
What roles are available at Eversheds?
Varied legal fields.
Application process for Eversheds.
3 main stages are required before each individual application is investigated:
- Online application
- First ability test - numerical reasoning
- Second ability test - online verbal reasoning.
Eversheds will then evaluate the application.
Entry requirements and type of person suited for Eversheds.
A diverse and well-rounded person with a variety of ex periences, along with a keen interest in the field of work and a sense of humour to match.
Future prospects and training at Eversheds.
Minimum degree classification: 2:1 Graduates will gain the skills necessary to work for the company within one of their many clients and will gain valuable skills relating to finance and business, sales, communication, presenting, business writing, client care, professional standards and advocacy. As well as this, a Professional Skills Course (PSC) will also be undergone.
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