At Hill Dickinson we understand that our people, our clients and our communities are at the heart of everything we do. We are an internationally recognised law firm that delivers advice and strategic guidance spanning the full legal spectrum across the UK, Europe and Asia with more than 850 people, including 185 partners and legal directors. We offer the full range of commercial legal services, from employment, property and construction to corporate, commercial and dispute resolution. We have strength, experience and presence in a number of market sectors, including marine, transportation and logistics, retail, public and private health (including life sciences), international trade, education, banking and financial services.
Our training contracts offer tailored, focused routes, allowing you to train in the area of law you want to progress in so that you can become a specialised lawyer from the outset. We believe that aligning your career to a sector of law you are truly passionate about will benefit your development and knowledge, allowing you to become the best future lawyer at Hill Dickinson that you can be.
We are adopting the SQE route via a graduate apprenticeship, meaning we cover the cost of your fees and you will receive an apprentice salary while you study. The programme is focused on equipping our trainees with the skills they need to be successful lawyers of the future, with modules including project management and innovation.
At Hill Dickinson we understand that our power as a firm comes from empowering our people. And that by encouraging and enabling individuals to be themselves at work can we benefit from their rich and varied strengths. We have developed a diversity framework, which covers six pillars, to help us break down any assumed barriers to recruitment, progression and retention, and offer equal opportunities to all. This framework guides our activity and each pillar has its own networking group – colleagues meet regularly to ensure we’re acknowledging, celebrating and supporting all of our people.