Training Contracts

By Fri 14 Jun, 2019

As a trainee, you will have the opportunity to gain experience in a wide range of practice areas, typically on a six month rotation basis.

Why join us?

Real responsibility and direct client contact

We recognise the importance of giving trainees responsibility and allowing direct contact with clients.

A valued member of the firm

Our trainees are valued in all aspects of the life of Warners, from networking and business development to taking part in a social and sporting events.

Our people

We are a friendly, commercial business with traditional values and a strong focus on client care.

Life after qualification

We hope our trainees will prove to be Warner’s future solicitors and partners.

More Information

To be considered for a Training Contract you should have a consistently high level of academic and personal achievement – applicants should have a 2.1 degree as a minimum, and both law and non-law graduates are welcome to apply.

How to apply

We employee two Trainee Solicitors each year commencing in October for a 2 year period. Applications for 2020 are now closed. Applications for 2021 will be open in June 2020 – please check back here at that time for details on the application process.

Meet the team

Claire Wickens

Legal Executive

Jonathan Booton


“John and his Team at Warners reduce the pain and stress when purchasing a property. They are constantly there to explain the process and kick the other parties to keep the process moving swiftly to the correct conclusion. Next time I move Warners will be on my team!”

Graham Fry

Philip Raggett has a "good reputation" for private client work, according to market commentators. His practice sees him acting for high net worth individuals in tax and estate planning matters. Raggett has a particular focus on Capital Gains Tax and can also advise clients on offshore trusts and family business issues.

Chambers High Net Worth Guide 2018

"She has a lovely manner and she's very friendly, very relaxed and is always keen to make things as simple as possible for the client," says an interviewee. "She's very good at summarising things and being clear about what has to happen and how things have to happen. You feel very safe in accepting her advice because you get the sense she is a person of high integrity, very competent and very experienced."

Chambers HNW Guide 2017