Thompson Smith and Puxon (TSP) are pleased to announce the appointment of Jack Corr as a Trainee Solicitor with the firm. Jack will undertake his first seat of his training contract within the TSP Corporate and Commercial team.
Jack, who was born in New York, spent his early childhood in Dublin before moving to Colchester with his family 20 years ago. Jack attended secondary school and college in Sussex before studying for his Law degree at Keele University. He completed his degree in 2014 and went on to complete his LPC at the University of Law in Manchester. Since then, Jack has worked as a paralegal at a law firm in Manchester for 3 years, before moving to the London branch 6 months ago.
Jack says “Since completing my LPC I have worked within corporate law and finance so I am really pleased to be undertaking my first seat within the Corporate and Commercial team at TSP as it is an area of law I really enjoy. I am looking forward to working closely with TSP’s clients who are local, national and international companies and forming strong relationships with them. I am really pleased to embark on the next stage of my career at TSP.”
Richard Porter, HR Director at the firm, says “On behalf of all of the directors and staff at TSP I would like to welcome Jack to the firm as a Trainee Solicitor and wish him every success in his training.”
Training Contract Opportunities at TSP
A trainee solicitor spends approximately two years at a firm undertaking the “in-house” training they need in order to become a fully qualified solicitor. Trainee solicitors undertake up to 4 seats at TSP. The seats are discussed at the interview stage and are allocated according to both the needs of the firm and the interests and career aspirations of the applicant.
Our trainees are recruited two years in advance. Applications to join the beginning of the process are open as follows and will close on the following dates:
September 2020 – Vacancy Closes on 31 July 2018
September 2021 – Vacancy Closes on 31 July 2019
More information about TSP’s training contract programme and how to apply can be found here.