Our people are key to our success.

As a lawyer at REN Legal you will be involved in the broader business of the firm, playing an integral role in the firm’s growth and future success.

If you have a strong academic record, proven legal skills and the motivation to both progress your career and help the firm grow, then please contact us with a copy of your CV.

Training contract September 2017

We are looking for an LPC graduate with at least a Commendation and relevant commercial electives, or an offer of a training place could be made conditional on such outcomes. You will also have a 2:1 at degree level, and a commendation or better on the GDL, if you took it.

This is a full time training contract based at our offices at Moorgate in the City of London.

You will gain the same sort of commercial experience as you would in a large City firm, but as part of a smaller and highly focussed team. We all work in an open plan office, so you will receive constant supervision, and learn from those around you. Working as part of the transaction team you will gain hands on experience, and more opportunities to meet clients and other professionals, than you would in a larger organisation.

You need to be willing to take responsibility for your own learning, as well as for progressing client matters in a timely manner. It is important that you recognise the need to ask questions and check things with the partner who has conduct of the matter – this is a training position. You will be flexible, hardworking and willing to work outside normal working hours when the need arises. You will be expected to time record from the start of your contract with your target hours increasing over the period of your training contract.

Application should be by CV and covering letter to the Practice Manager: Caron Barter. Email:

Closing date: Friday 31st March.

We hope to complete shortlisting and notifications to shortlisted candidates by 30th April. Unfortunately, we will not be able to provide feedback to candidates who are not shortlisted.