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Responsibility:
3.2/5
 
Work Life Balance:
2.5/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
2.8/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
2.9/5
 
Company Culture:
3.6/5
 
Career Progression:
3/5
 
Colleagues:
3.9/5
 
Training:
3.5/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.8/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.3/5
 

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Industry: Law, Trainee Solicitor Department: Property Job Title: Trainee Solicitor

Industry: Law, Trainee Solicitor Department: Corporate Job Title: Trainee

Industry: Law, Trainee Solicitor Department: Construction Job Title: Trainee Solicitor

Industry: Law, Trainee Solicitor Department: Commercial Litigation Job Title: Trainee Solicitor

Industry: Law, Trainee Solicitor Department: Funds and Indirect Real Estate Job Title: Trainee solicitor

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Industry: Law, Trainee Solicitor Department: Competition Law Job Title: Trainee Solicitor

Industry: Law, Trainee Solicitor Department: Litigation Job Title: Trainee Solicitor

Industry: Law, Trainee Solicitor Job Title: Trainee Solicitor

Industry: Law, Trainee Solicitor Job Title: Trainee

Industry: Law, Solicitor Department: Corporate Job Title: Associate

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Industry: Law, Trainee Solicitor Department: Planning and Environment Job Title: Trainee Solicitor

Industry: Law, Trainee Solicitor Department: Corporate Job Title: Trainee

Industry: Law, Trainee Solicitor Department: Funds and Indirect Real Estate Job Title: Trainee Solicitor

Industry: Law, Trainee Solicitor Department: Banking Job Title: Trainee Solicitor

Industry: Law, Solicitor Department: Infrastructure Job Title: Trainee solicitor

Industry: Law, Solicitor Department: Funds & Indirect Real Estate Job Title: Trainee Solicitor

Industry: Law, Solicitor Job Title: Trainee

Industry: Law, Solicitor Department: EU Competition Job Title: Trainee Solicitor

Industry: Law, Solicitor Department: Property Job Title: Trainee Solicitor

Industry: Law, Solicitor Department: Litigation Job Title: Trainee Solicitor

Industry: Law, Paralegal Department: Projects Job Title: Trainee Solicitor

Industry: Law, Solicitor Department: Litigation Job Title: Trainee

Industry: Law, Solicitor Department: Intellectual Property Job Title: Trainee solicitor

Industry: Law, Solicitor Department: Corporate Job Title: Trainee solicitor

Industry: Law, Solicitor Job Title: Trainee Solicitor

Industry: Law, Solicitor Job Title: Trainee Solicitor

Industry: Law, Solicitor Department: Financial Regulation Job Title: Trainee Solicitor

Industry: Law, Paralegal

Industry: Law, Paralegal Department: Various Job Title: Trainee Solicitor

Industry: Law, Paralegal Department: Commercial Job Title: Trainee

Industry: Law, Solicitor Department: Environment Job Title: Trainee Solicitor

Industry: Law, Solicitor Job Title: Trainee Solicitor

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Application Advice:

No spelling mistakes or grammatical errors- this can be fatal.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you have a great answer nailed down to why you want to be a solicitor.

Trainee Solicitor, Property at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Obviously getting good grades is important, but having a life outside of studying is vital too.

Make sure you make the most of all your experiences in your applications and emphasise how they have developed you. Vapidly saying "I'm a team player" isn't impressive - use examples to back up your statements.

Interview Advice:

Sell yourself. It isn't always easy (the balance between self promotion and narcissism can be a tricky one!) but you need to promote yourself - why should anyone else?

Trainee, Corporate at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Try to stand out from the crowd and be unique. Don't focus on your academics too much, try to come across like someone that would fit in well in a friendly office environment.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and be honest. Try to relate everything you say back to an example or experience that you have engaged in, so that the interviewer has something interesting to listen to!

Trainee Solicitor, Construction at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Think about the questions and answer them thoroughly, especially the question about why you want to work for Nabarro.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. Nabarro likes individuality.

Trainee Solicitor, Commercial Litigation at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Do your research on the strategies and culture of the firms you are applying for, to make sure you are applying to a firm that suits you.

Interview Advice:

The interview process for me was relatively informal. It will help you relax and be yourself, so be confident, relax and be honest with your answers.

Trainee solicitor, Funds and Indirect Real Estate at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Apply for a vacation scheme.

Interview Advice:

My experience was that the vacation scheme interview was mainly based on my application and the training contract interview. At the end of the vacation scheme, was mainly based on questions about what I had done over the 3 week scheme.

Trainee Solicitor, Corporate at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Be yourself.

Interview Advice:

Know the firm, know the industry, know the clients. Think how your experience would help you fit in and also do a good job.

Trainee Solicitor, Competition Law at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Get experience and do extra curricular activities beforehand and use it to support your application. Know the firm and why you want to work for them specifically.

Interview Advice:

Reread your application form beforehand, as it's based on that largely. And why law etc.

Trainee Solicitor, Litigation at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Don't forget the obvious - make sure your application is tailored and be clear why you want to apply to a mid-sized firm such as Nabarro. Show an awareness of firm strategy. Nabarro is keen to recruit a variety of people, so make sure you draw on all experience, however insignificant you think it is.

Interview Advice:

Remember the interviewers, however senior, are human! If it feels like it's a friendly conversation, it's probably going well.

Trainee Solicitor, at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Be honest and open.

Trainee, at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

I attended Nabarro events, spoke to current Nabarro employees and then mentioned them and how they had inspired/influenced me with what they had said, in my application. I think it's good to personalise applications in this way.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself
Smile

, at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Use each question to make your application stand out - don't submit ordinary answers!

Interview Advice:

Be yourself - it's as much about personality as it is academics.

, at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Know the firm and be yourself.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself - law firms need both outgoing extroverts and more reflective people. Neither one is a disadvantage and pretending to be something you're not won't get you very far.

Trainee Solicitor, Planning and Environment at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Prepare! Know about the firm and what we do and show an interest.

Interview Advice:

Prepare!

Trainee, Corporate at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Do your research! Make sure you have a genuine interest for the firm and the services we provide to our clients.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, be friendly, make sure you talk to everyone, be prepared to work well both collaboratively and individually.

Trainee Solicitor, Funds and Indirect Real Estate at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

They're looking for friendly people - you don't need to reinvent the wheel, just be a solid candidate.

Interview Advice:

It's important to build a rapport.

Trainee Solicitor, Banking at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Being enthusiastic is vital. You

Interview Advice:

Why law, why you, why Nabarro? know your CV properly because they might ask you about it. What will you do if you fail?

Trainee solicitor, Infrastructure at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Be yourself. It is a cliché but it will stand you in good stead. Nabarro are looking to see your personality and invest in your early career development. That is why they invest such time and effort into the vacation scheme.

Interview Advice:

I honestly can't remember from the interview! From the speed networking I was asked what the first job I ever wanted to do was.

Trainee Solicitor, Funds & Indirect Real Estate at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Research the firm, and be enthusiastic about them and about the role you are applying for, but ultimately, be yourself!

Trainee, at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Must do a summer vacation scheme in order to be considered for a training contract. Vac scheme gives a genuine impression of the firm.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared to talk about your application at vac scheme interviews and the work you have completed during the vac scheme at a training contract interview.

Trainee Solicitor, EU Competition at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Know why you are applying to the firm. What makes Nabarro unique? What type of firm do you want to apply to? Know about the firm's strengths and core values.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared to defend your position if questioned on something.
Be yourself.
You will be asked why you are applying to Nabarro in particular - know as much as possible about the firm. Lots of resources are available - the firm website is a good starting point.

Trainee Solicitor, Property at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Make sure that you truly understand what the job entails and have logical and consistent reasoning as to why you have chosen Nabarro over other firms.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself; they know you are not the finished product so there is no point in pretending to be. Show a willingness to chat and do not try to conform - show them that you are dynamic and have something different to offer the firm above other candidates.

Trainee Solicitor, Litigation at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and evaluate what strengths you possess and how they could have a positive impact for the business.

Trainee Solicitor, Projects at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Get on the vac scheme! Be yourself - if you're an interesting, bright, friendly person then you'll fit right in. Be honest about yourself on your application too - if you're interested in cross-stitch or running, tell us because it makes you seem like a real person.

Interview Advice:

You'll be asked why Nabarro (as you'd expect) and why Sheffield, so be prepared for that. Otherwise, nothing too left-field - they're just interested in who you are and what you're about. Again, just be genuine!

Trainee, Litigation at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Be very clear about why you want the job and make sure you do your research. Know the firm and about its clients.

Interview Advice:

What would your friends say about you?
How do you define the work/life balance?

Trainee solicitor, Intellectual Property at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

- Take time to tailor your answer to the specific questions.
- Proof read!
- Be clear and straightforward, don't waffle.
- Show that you're willing to take part in things and take on responsibility.

Interview Advice:

3 stage interview for vacation schemes (and a further interview for a training contract during the vacation scheme).

Assessment day consisted of an interview and two exercises. Interview was not very technical. Just about showing enthusiasm and a willingness to engage in discussion. Mainly questions and discussion based on application form.

If successful and attend vacation scheme, second interview is based on the work done whilst on the vacation scheme.

Trainee solicitor, Corporate at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Check for typos! Answers should be clear and concise, no waffle.

Interview Advice:

Enthusiasm is very important.

Trainee Solicitor, at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Think about what's happening in business in general and try to apply this to the legal industry.

Trainee Solicitor, at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Be clear, concise and commercial.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself! Nabarro want you to have a personality! Nabarro are looking for candidates that
(a) they are able to teach/develop and
(b) they are able to put in front of clients.

Trainee Solicitor, Financial Regulation at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Be sure you have a natural interest in the law, as that is almost taken as a given.

Most of all though, show who you really are, not who you think the want to see. This is a place where people are encouraged to show their personality and get involved in the wider life of the firm.

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Application Advice:

Focus on doing a few targeted applications rather than lots of generic ones.

Interview Advice:

Prepare the competency scenarios beforehand and adapt accordingly.

Trainee Solicitor, Various at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Keep the application short and to the point.

Interview Advice:

Smile lots.

Trainee, Commercial at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Find out as much about the firm as you can . This is a very Real Esate heavy practice.

Interview Advice:

Make connections with people, make sure you know your stuff and be confident about it. Try to understand the structure of a law firm, how it works in practice, what seats you want to be in and what work you want to do, find the people who do what you want to do and speak to them. There will be opportunities to make connections in all the contact you have with the firm, take advantage. Thers is no replacement for being genuine and enthusiastic.

Trainee Solicitor, Environment at Nabarro
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and really think about why you want to apply to this particular firm.

Interview Advice:

Be honest, research the areas in which the firm excels and current market trends.

Trainee Solicitor, at Nabarro
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