At QWP, each and every practice trainee is recruited on the basis that they will stay and grow with the Firm.
New associates form the nucleus from which our next generation of leaders will emerge. We believe that your energy, motivation and new perspectives will invigorate the Firm and enable us to continue to provide effective solutions to our clients.
The Firm's objective is to guide, train and provide you with the skill set to enable you to become a good, all-rounded, multi-skilled and efficient legal practitioner. We are dedicated to committing time and resources to train you and to provide you with exposure to the many different aspects of legal practice.
Our Firm has an open culture where innovation, teamwork and an entrepreneurial drive are valued. Senior lawyers are generous with their knowledge and experience and practice trainees are encouraged to be forthright with their questions. You will work closely with the senior lawyers of the Firm and be involved in work cases from start to finish.
The areas of practice which you can expect to be exposed to during your practice training period include 2 or more of the following:
The firm handles a broad range of contentious and non-contentious work and practice trainees will be exposed to both types of work in the course of their training contract.
The current package for our practice trainees includes:
Applications for practice training contracts should be sent to:
The Recruitment Director
Quahe Woo & Palmer LLC
180 Clemenceau Avenue
#02-02 Haw Par Centre, Singapore 239922
Or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications should include the following:
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