All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by TLT LLP employees based on 11 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
4/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.3/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
3.8/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
2.7/5
 
Company Culture:
3.6/5
 
Career Progression:
3.2/5
 
Colleagues:
3.6/5
 
Training:
4.1/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.6/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.4/5
 

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Industry: Law, Paralegal Department: Commercial Dispute Resolution Job Title: Trainee Solicitor

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

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

Industry: Law, Solicitor Department: Real Estate Job Title: Trainee Solicitor

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

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

Industry: Law, Solicitor Department: Pensions and Incentives Job Title: Trainee Solicitor

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

Industry: Law, Solicitor Job Title: Trainee Solicitor

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

Industry: Law, Solicitor Department: Banking and Restructuring Job Title: Trainee Solicitor (4th seat)

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Average start time: 9:00

Average end time: 19:00

Average number of working hours: 10

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Application Advice:

Read into the firm and make sure you know its key selling points and why it considers itself different than its competitors.

Interview Advice:

Treat it as a formal getting to know you and your skills discussion, peppered with your knowledge of the law, the industry and this firm.

Trainee Solicitor, Commercial Dispute Resolution at TLT LLP
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Application Advice:

The firm takes a relatively small number of trainees compared to others so you need to stand out. Try to demonstrate your personality and commitment to law either via work experience or extra curricular activities and avoid being bland. The firm focuses on individuals rather than numbers and the application is more than just meeting a set criteria.

Interview Advice:

General competency questions and lots of back and forth discussion, I did not feel like the interview was designed to catch me out.

Trainee, Property at TLT LLP
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, you should show your personality

Trainee Solicitor, Property at TLT LLP
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Application Advice:

Ensure that you have the ability to show your commercial awareness.

Interview Advice:

Be specific about past examples of showing commercial awareness. No fluffy answers.

Trainee Solicitor, Real Estate at TLT LLP
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Application Advice:

Explain in detail why TLT is the firm you want to work at. Analyse TLT's specialties and what makes TLT stand out to you and refer your experiences to that to show what you could bring to TLT.

Interview Advice:

Strength based interview rather then competency based.

Trainee Solicitor, Banking and Restructuring at TLT LLP
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and display that you are a normal, interesting person. I think personal skills and a down to earth attitude go a long way here

Show intelligence and pragmitism.

Show that your visions and values are aligned with the firm's

Interview Advice:

Be prepared to talk about legal and commercial developments, wider issues as well as your own competencies

Ask questions and treat the interview as a two way process, remember to display good listening skills

Trainee Solicitor, Pensions and Incentives at TLT LLP
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Application Advice:

Look at how we are different from other firms and where we are heading rather than just our achievements.

Trainee Solicitor, Employment at TLT LLP
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Application Advice:

Get to really know the firm and what it stands for before applying - reading the website is not enough.

Interview Advice:

Relax, be yourself and answer honestly

Trainee Solicitor, at TLT LLP
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, TLT doesn't go for cookie-cutter members of staff. Let your personality show in your application.

Interview Advice:

Research "strength-based interviewing" before interview for a training contract as this is what TLT use.

Trainee solicitor, Technology and Intellectual Property at TLT LLP
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Application Advice:

Focus on why you want to work for TLT specifically. Comment on the types of clients and transactions we've advised on because one of the unique characterisitics of the firm is that we are structured in terms of business sectors, not just legal practices. We are so structured because we believe that gives us a better ability than our rival firms to offer clients very specific and commercially sound advice.

You need to be able to demonstrate you are a creative thinker; someone who doesn't just give accurate legal advice; but can put it in a way that really gets to the heart of the client's problem, and does so in a way that best meets the client's financial / commercial needs. Having an insightful, innovative and passionate (in the right circumstances!) mind set is highly valued.

Finally, being able to demonstrate you're a team player is key. It sounds cliched but this really is a people-based firm where colleagues of all levels and teams of all disciplines work next to each other. There are no partner offices and no set hours. This means everyone is encouraged to help each other in any way they can and this flexibility and dedication are elements the firm greatly prizes, so much so that they're incorporated into the TLT-Way. It's therefore crucial for applicants to be able to demonstrate these skills and to show that, at the end of the day, they're the sort of person we'd like to work with!

Interview Advice:

The firm is currently reviewing its interview process moving from the traditional competency-based, "give me an example of when you acted as a leader/demonstrated team leadership skills" type interview questions, to the more up-to-date strength-based system of questions. These mean that better quality candidates showed reveal themselves to the interviewer more quickly because they are able to develop their answers to the questions asked without prompting - it's more of a discussion about the individual and so puts the interviewee at ease to allow them to perform better and also to allow the firm to get a better understanding of the person in front of them. For that reason, this type of interview is not something a candidate can prepare as heavily for, but I would still advice anyone to have an understanding of their own skills, cv, experience, reasons for wanting to work at the firm and commercially/legally relevant examples from their own lives to hand when attending any interview at TLT. However, as I've already said, our interviews are about the firm getting to know the candidate to decide whether or not they would be a good fit for the Firm. With this in mind, I would remind applicants to try to relax, be themselves, let their personality and qualities come through and also to smile!

Trainee Solicitor (4th seat), Banking and Restructuring at TLT LLP
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