Graduates

Gore & Grimes are seeking applications for Trainees & Interns for 2018

Gore and Grimes Solicitors, having been established in 1898 is one of Ireland’s oldest and most prestigious law firms. Each year we invite a number of trainees to join our firm and to be part one of the most comprehensive and dynamic programmes in the country. As a firm with legal expertise and a keen eye for innovation, we look for well rounded, flexible people with strong academic backgrounds and who also have an ability to understand the needs and interests of both clients and colleagues.

Trainee Solicitors should choose Gore and Grimes for the following reasons:

  • High level of responsibility
  • Friendly working environment
  • Mentorship from Partners & Associates
  • Law Society fees paid for by the Firm and full salary while attending Blackhall Place.
  • The opportunity to complete rotations in the core departments of the firm such as; litigation, banking, commercial conveyancing, commercial transactions and family law.

How to Apply:

We are currently seeking applications from those who are eligible to commence PPC1 in September 2018 and who are available to commence working in the office from February 2018 prior to starting in Blackhall Place.

If you are interested in joining our traineeship programme, please email a copy of your curriculum vitae, together with a short covering letter, to careers@goregrimes.ie on or before Friday 5 January 2018.

The Internship Programme
The firm also runs an internship programme which gives interns an opportunity to experience what it is like to work in a commercial law firm and which gives the firm an opportunity to find future trainees and potentially, future solicitors for our firm. We are always delighted to receive applications from interns interested in taking part in the internship programme with Gore & Grimes.

If you are interested in joining our internship programme, please email a copy of your curriculum vitae, together with a short covering letter, to careers@goregrimes.ie on or before Friday 5 January 2018.