Trainee Solicitor CV

A Trainee Solicitor also referred to as a Legal Assistant/Executive, normally works as an assistant/junior to a solicitor. A trainee solicitor starts his career by doing training on the job and assisting a Senior Solicitor of the firm.  Basically a trainee solicitor is an employee of the firm, after finishing his studies, getting a fix salary, not practicing independently but working under the supervision of a senior assistant solicitor to gain experience.

Sample Trainee Solicitor CV 


Shawn White

19 Quaker Ridge Rd.
Bethel CT 06801

Phone number – 98798777123

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Professional Summary

I am a passionate, hard-working and dedicated young trainee solicitor who wants to groom and learn from a growing firm’s great knowledge and experience.

Career objective

I want to join your renowned firm as an Assistant Solicitor where I can make a positive and important contribution and learn from the practical experiences and enhance my knowledge and skills as much as possible.

Strength & Skill

  • Good communication skills and friendly nature.
  • Ability to set a positive example in front of the juniors.
  • Enthusiastic and Passionate about the job.
  • Strong Management skills and works well in group settings
  • Passion towards learning new things quickly and efficiently and able to adapt to new surroundings.
  • Good leadership quality and able to handle the team efficiently.

Work Experience

Assistant Solicitor, 2010 – Present
RD Bell Black – New York


  • Made a contribution in the development and growth of the firm.
  • Assisted my senior to the strategic annual financial planning of the company’s clients.
  • Assisted my senior Solicitor in various companies’ strategies.
  • Always ensured that Customer satisfaction and client focus is the top most priority.
  • Attended all the client conversations on telephone to attend their queries.
  • Make sure that decisions were executed properly.

Education Qualification

  •  B.A. (Hons.) Law, University of California, 2010


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