"Smart, techy, innovative."
- The office has a friendly atmosphere that encourages trainee development.
- As there is a small intake, trainees are able to take on high levels of responsibility early on.
- The firm has a good reputation in the industry.
- There is little transparency about what jobs are available on qualification.
- Formal training has been seen as disorganised in the first year.
- There could be more secondment opportunities for trainees.
What insiders say about...
"Following the application form there is an assessment day. The morning consists of..."
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"I feel that I have a high amount of responsibility with direct partner supervision..."
"Limited secondment opportunities."
"I researched the partners and the types of issues that they had been writing about..."
"Although Cooley seems to try to keep as many trainees as possible, retention is very..."
"On a Thursday afternoon we have a visitor to our desk which is the cake trolley."
"High quality, accessible and always commercial."
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