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Offices & Dress

7.6 / 10

(based on 11 ratings in 2016)

2016

"Dress code is very informal depending on the department and, of course, any client meetings you may have. Black jeans are generally acceptable on a normal day."
Second year trainee, London
"Showers are very good and you can have a permanent locker to keep toiletries/clothes/sports kit in. There are break out areas and kitchens with coffee machines and vending machines on each floor. The office is growing with the addition of the third floor. The third floor and first floor feel spacious. We also have nice meeting rooms."
Second year trainee, London
"Relaxed and comfortable offices. Fairly casual dress code. Unless you're attending client meetings, there's no expectation to wear a suit."
Second year trainee, London
"Great location, but could have a better view (we are on the lower floors)."
First year trainee, London
"Improvements are needed on the air conditioning system. Some offices can be comfortable, others can be fairly small. Everyone dresses informally."
First year trainee, London

2015

"Offices are modern, new, clean however have had some problems with air conditioning. The dress code is not strict formal, people usually choose to wear a more 'business casual' outfit."
First year trainee, London
"The location of the office is perfect, but I would say we could do with a bit of refurbishment for some of the larger meeting rooms."
Second year trainee, London
"The location is good - very close to Spitalfields market which has lots of places to eat. The dress code is quite informal and there is also dress down Friday."
First year trainee, London
"We work in large and bright offices - they are a good space. The firm has a casual dress code and dress down Fridays."
First year trainee, London

2014

"The dress code is informal - the office space itself is modern but no canteen. It is in a good location between Liverpool Street and Moorgate."
Second year trainee, London
"Standard law firm offices. The dress code is very relaxed. Always have a suit in your office in case you have to go to a client meeting, but otherwise no one wears a suit."
First year trainee, London
"The offices are spacious and airy. The dress code includes 'casual Fridays'."
First year trainee, London
"The offices are smart, in a good location and generally have good facilities. The dress code is fairly relaxed in the office, but suits/smart attire is expected when meeting clients."
Second year trainee, London
"Good central location, modern facilities and good spatial use of floors for offices and breakout areas. The dress code is relaxed, especially on Fridays where casual attire is acceptable all day."
First year trainee, London
"Location is good, and the dress code is relaxed, but office could do with a lick of paint."
Second year trainee, London
"The dress code is fairly relaxed (particularly for women) and there's dress down Friday (where you notice little change beyond the men taking off their ties). The office is nice - good location, good facilities (except no canteen), clean, tidy, good toilets, etc. The worst part is being stuck in an office with no window and only four walls."
Second year trainee, London

2013

"The dress code is relaxed and dress down Fridays are a plus. The office is light, well located and well maintained."
Second year trainee, London
"No real dress code unless you're seeing clients, and dress-down Friday. All the facilities that you need are available. Office is five minutes' walk from Liverpool Street Station, which is excellent."
First year trainee, London
"The offices themselves are very nice but a bit out of the way - only Pret and two other food shops within five minutes walk. Dress code is very informal unless meeting clients. Dress down Friday. General officewear for men is chinos/suit trouser and shirt."
First year trainee, London
"Offices nice - many recently re-done. Location is good right near Liverpool Street. Dress code generally fairly relaxed, with the exceptions of client meetings or court hearings."
First year trainee, London
"Dress code is much more casual - work in what you're comfortable with as long as you have a suit in the office. Casual Friday does mean jeans as opposed to no tie. The offices are very nice, recently redone with some nice but unnecessary gadgets e.g. A boiling water tap and a vending machine with fresh sandwiches and salads. Location is handy - two minutes from Liverpool Street Station and many bars nearby for Friday drinks."
First year trainee, London
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