Moore Blatch shortlisted in three Solent Deal Awards
Your training will typically be organised as four seats, each lasting six months. The allocation of seats depends on demand and the commercial needs of each business team. We take your preferences into account when allocating seats wherever possible and ensure that you gain broad experience in both contentious and non-contentious work.
Most seats are based in our flagship office in Chandler’s Ford, however it may be possible to arrange seats in Richmond and Lymington depending on our business needs.
You will also work alongside experienced solicitors in teams including family, employment, personal injury, commercial litigation, real estate, private client, medical negligence, corporate and commercial.
You will be given every opportunity to take on responsibility as your knowledge and experience increases. We will support you during your training, but we also expect you to take responsibility for your own learning and for developing additional skills. We encourage client contact early in your career.
We actively encourage development and involvement beyond the legal training – with business development, charity and other initiatives and activities being an integral and important part of your development.
You will receive performance reviews every 6 months (at the end of each seat) where you will discuss progress with your Training Principal. In return for your hard work and commitment, we provide:
If you wish to apply for our trainee programme, please send your application form to email@example.com.
If you are considering applying to join us as a trainee, please feel free to attend a trainee experience day before applying to give you the opportunity to meet us, see our offices and get a feel for how we work.
If you would like to apply to join us, we’d be delighted to hear from you.
Deadline for applications: 31 March 2019
Interviews: April/May 2019
Shortlisted applicants will have a personal interview where we will discuss your application.
Moore Blatch has a very friendly and supportive culture making it a very good place to train. The senior staff are always approachable and want to help support you to develop as a good lawyer.
"Moore Blatch has a very friendly and supportive culture making it a very good place to train. The senior staff are always approachable and want to help support you to develop as a good lawyer." Rebecca Langmead (current trainee)
"From the first day of your training contract you are given a great deal of responsibility and client contact. The close knit nature of the firm means that if you ever have a problem someone will always be able to help." Ashley Moughtin (current trainee)
"Trainees are encouraged to get involved with a varied workload and are given responsibility over important aspects of cases early on in the training contact and all within a supportive environment." Dan Clark (NQ Solicitor who trained with Moore Blatch)
"Moore Blatch is a very inclusive firm and I have enjoyed getting involved with the many social, charity and sporting events." Rosanna Watts (current trainee)
"As a trainee I have had the opportunity to regularly meet with clients, go to court and attend conferences at counsel’s chambers. I have been given responsibility from the outset and have learnt a lot by being given challenging tasks to work on independently." Amy Goldman (current trainee)