Is Travlaw right for you?
Travlaw is a full service, travel niche law firm providing commercially astute advice on commercial and regulatory work, litigation, employment law and intellectual property, all specifically tailored to meet the needs of the travel industry. We have an established reputation for our expertise and have been highly ranked in Chambers Directory for a number of years. We are also an ABTA Partner + and founding member of the International Travel Law Network (ITLN).
Travlaw lawyers are professionals with their fingers on the travel pulse. Not only do we have a deep understanding of the law related to travel, we also know and understand the commercial factors that mould the decisions our clients have to take.
At Travlaw, you’ll have access to the career progression and range of specialised practice areas available in a large firm but with the friendly and pragmatic nature of a smaller firm.
We are always looking for the right people to join our team, at various levels and we welcome speculative enquiries. If you think you may want to apply for a training contract, please see below.
What to expect from Travlaw
Travlaw offers a wide range of expertise across a range of practice areas in this dynamic sector.
As a trainee solicitor, you may gain experience in
- Booking conditions
- Commercial agreements
- Data protection
- Employment law
- Health and safety
- Intellectual property
- Hospitality and leisure
- Trading online
- Trading standards
- In house support, training and seminars
Any work done is supervised by the partners who will, when appropriate, be assisted by senior and associate solicitors, assistant solicitors, CILEXs and paralegals.
You will have both a mentor and supervisor during your legal training who will regularly discuss feedback on your progress with you. Your supervisor will perform formal appraisals to help you reach your objectives and develop your skills.
To supplement your in house training, you’ll have the opportunity to attend internal seminars as well as external training required by the SRA.
Marketing and business development
You will be actively encouraged to get involved in the marketing and development of the firm during your training. This includes attending business events and building strong relationships with clients. You will also be invited to help promote our training contract scheme to new prospective trainees through recruitment fairs, sharing your own experiences through networking events or mentoring in conjunction with local law colleges.
Why work in Horsforth?
Often described as the capital of the north, Leeds has established itself as the largest legal centre outside of London. Travlaw is situated in the leafy suburb of Horsforth, just 20 minutes’ drive from the bustling city centre. Leeds offers great cultural attractions, including theatres, museums, galleries and shopping centres as well as a fantastic range of restaurants, bars and hotels throughout the city.
Interested in learning more?
If you’re interested in joining the Travlaw team and want some more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org enclosing your CV and explaining why you want to work for us.