If the firm were a fictional character it would be……Filbert Fox, loyal to Leicester and enjoying great success
A brief overview of our write-up is as follows:
Leicester’s Spearing Waite attracts trainees due to its ‘good reputation in the area’. New recruits ‘get to be part of an expanding firm’, as evident in the ‘move into a brand new office’.
Trainees enjoy ‘hands-on experience’ and are given access to a ‘wide variety of work’.
The firm’s ‘warm approach to recruitment’, and ‘praise for the management style of the partners’, are examples of its ‘dedication and loyalty to its staff’.
It earns a Lex 100 Winner award in the friendliness category, and also wins for client contact, social life and work/life balance.
Trainees work closely with their supervisors, and ‘partners are genuinely keen to offer a positive learning experience’; one survey respondent speaks of ‘opportunities to think outside the box and share my ideas with my senior colleagues’.
Spearing Waite instils a ‘supportive culture of high achievement’ and ‘encourages the growth and development’ of its staff, who are treated as individuals.
For ‘lots of responsibility’ working on ‘high-value deals’ at a firm which is undergoing ‘exciting overall growth’, consider applying to Spearing Waite.