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Express Solicitors - Recruitment Open Day 20th June 2018

Express Solicitors


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An award winning Top 200 UK law firm, Express Solicitors pursues a wide range of ‘no win, no fee’ personal injury claims, recovering millions of pounds each year for injured people.


At Express Solicitors we always endeavor to recruit and retain only the best quality candidates. To do so we offer them competitive remuneration packages, ongoing training, and definite development opportunities.

It is evident that the employees at Express Solicitors are the most valued asset and it’s those employees who have made the firm the success it is today.

At the heart of our current expansion plans, is our Graduate recruitment. If you are a LLB, GDiP, BVC/BPTC or LPC graduate, who wants to join a firm that is dedicated to training and progressing new solicitors, please see our graduate section.  Vacancies include Costs Litigation Assistants and Training Contracts.


You are invited to our Recruitment Open day to be held at our head office in Manchester.  

There will be refreshments available and the event will be running from 3pm - 6pm.

Event Details

Express Solicitors
Resolution House
311 – 319 Palatine Road, Northenden
M22 4HH,


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