Work for Bhatt Murphy

Work for Bhatt Murphy

Bhatt Murphy welcomes applications from all sectors of society and has a strong commitment to equality and diversity. 

We try to ensure that all of our staff are well supported and that Bhatt Murphy is a good place to work.  We are proud to have trained many of the firm's solicitors and partners and we are lucky to have a team of dedicated support staff, some of whom have been with the firm from the start.  We are a London Living Wage employer and we are committed to training the next generation of legal aid lawyers.

All vacancies that arise in the firm will be advertised on this website and in Legal Action magazine and other relevant publications.

General Recruitment Information

Please note that while we endeavour to contact all candidates who apply for advertised positions with the firm, it is not always possible to reply to everyone. We are only able to provide feedback to candidates who have attended an interview and we do not generally respond to speculative applicants.

All of our recruitment is managed in-house and we do not use recruitment agencies.

Training Contracts

We do not currently offer training contracts to external applicants. Our trainee solicitors are usually employed as paralegals for a one year fixed term contract, with a view to progression to a training contract after 12 months of employment. We do not expect our paralegals to have completed the LPC before joining the firm and we do offer a small bursary to our employees to help with the costs of the LPC. We do not have a fixed recruitment window for paralegal vacancies, but any vacancies that do arise will be advertised on this site.

 
Vacancies
Bhatt Murphy welcomes applications from all sectors of society and has a strong commitment to equality and diversity.
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Our summer vacation scheme
We launched our Summer Placement Scheme in 2012 with the aim of offering paid work placements to undergraduate students who cannot afford to undertake unpaid work experience or who are from under-represented groups within the legal profession.
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