Wednesday 15 July 2020
Select a region

Do you want to be a solicitor?

Do you want to be a solicitor?

Monday 04 November 2019

Do you want to be a solicitor?

Applications for Collas Crill's 2020 Trainee solicitor programme are now open.

The firm has places for two trainees in both its Guernsey and Jersey offices, to begin in September 2020.

The programme is led by Sean Cheong, Corporate and Banking Partner based in Guernsey.

She said: "We look for candidates with excellent academic credentials and who are also highly motivated individuals.  If you can demonstrate ambition and talent, come and talk to us about your future in law. 

"As a highly respected offshore law firm our commitment to training and our investment in future lawyers is second to none."

The firm offers up to four seats in different practice areas, with opportunities for secondment to a leading firm in London or to a client's in-house legal team during the training.  Financial support may be available for those who have yet to complete their Legal Practice course. 

Alex Wileman-Smith, currently a second-year Trainee in the Jersey office, said: "Collas Crill is a firm with a great culture and friendly, supportive staff. I would strongly encourage anyone considering applying for the programme to do so.

"I have been exposed to a variety of different challenges in each 'seat' as part of the traineeship, meaning I'm building my legal skills and knowledge on a daily basis, helping me to be ready for the next stage in my career."

To find out more about the Trainee programme, visit

Pictured top: Sean Cheong. 

Sign up to newsletter



Once your comment has been submitted, it won’t appear immediately. There is no need to submit it more than once. Comments are published at the discretion of Bailiwick Publishing, and will include your username.

There are no comments for this article.

To place a comment please login

You have landed on the Bailiwick Express website, however it appears you are based in . Would you like to stay on the site, or visit the site?