We recruit qualified lawyers throughout the year for most of our practice areas.

Our recruitment process is straightforward and usually involves one or two interviews with two partners. We do not use psychometric testing and try to avoid form filling and formulaic processes.

Our interviews are informal and relaxed conversations intended to allow you to perform to the best of your ability and give you the opportunity to ask questions.

Why 42law?

We know how to get things done.

If you’re looking for an attack dog to sue the heck out of your competition and derail them with a prolonged, unforgiving court battle – then we’re not your guys.

But if you want to move your business forward and upward, to create value for yourself, your team and your customers, we should have lunch (or a call).

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    We consistently overindex on responsiveness.
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    We underindex on hard-to-read legalese.
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    We love what law can do for a business, not the traditional self-image of lawyers.
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    We love the energy of people running their own businesses.

What we look for

Above all, we are looking for strong interpersonal skills, an ambitious, commercial approach and a commitment to excellence.

We also ask for evidence of a strong intellect (three good A-levels (or equivalent) and either a good 2:1 or a 1st in your first degree) and relevant experience in one or more of our practice areas.

Training and Benefits

Our in-house training programs ensure that our lawyers receive comprehensive legal training, supplemented with essential professional development.

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    We consistently overindex on responsiveness.
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    Focus on developing essential business skills such as teamwork, client relationship management, and effective communication.
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    Prioritize both internal and external mentorship and coaching for performance enhancement and career growth.
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    Value overall well-being and holistic development within the firm.

Trainee Lawyers

We’re always looking for

sparkling new talent. If you’re a

doer and a thinker, get in touch!

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