Work for us

We currently have the following vacancies:

Trainee Solicitor

Ansons are seeking a self-motivated, committed LPC graduate to join the business’ Trainee Solicitor Programme from 1st August 2017.  This excellent opportunity offers the successful applicant a unique opportunity to work within and learn from a leading, growing Staffordshire Law firm. Following appointment, the successful applicant will work in various departments within the business and take on both contentious and non-contentious seats. The variety of work handled by Ansons means that our Trainees are offered a broad and varied experience…

  • Posted 3 months ago

  • Cannock

  • Full Time

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Legal Secretary

Ansons Solicitors, a leading Staffordshire Law Firm, are seeking a high performing Legal Secretary to join their Commercial Property team at the Lichfield city centre office. This busy, successful team requires an experienced, self-motivated Secretary who can hit the ground running using their experience and skills developed to date in a similar role. Often busy and under pressure, this role requires the successful candidate to multi-task, communicate effectively with line managers and colleagues, manage conflicting priorities and work autonomously as…

  • Posted 3 months ago

  • Lichfield

  • Full Time

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Training contracts

Ansons offers invaluable training with full support from individual supervisors and the whole team.

Training is given in research, drafting, negotiating, interviewing, advocacy and information technology to ensure that our trainees not only know the law but also how to practise it effectively.

Ansons recognises that trainees are its future and constantly reviews the availability of training contracts.

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Completed application forms for trainee places should be sent to Val Whittaker at

“The training at Ansons is structured to ensure that you obtain training and experience in as many areas of law as possible during the two years. The partners promote an open door policy to ensure that a trainee does not feel isolated or out of their depth. You are given the independence to run your own files with supervision only once you and the partners think you are ready to do so.”

Shelly Wainwright, Senior Associate Solicitor.