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Apprentice Solicitor Programme

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The regulatory environment is only growing more complex. Start your career in our Tax & Legal team, and help our clients make the right business decisions on a worldwide scale.

Today, our clients need smart lawyers who bring even more to the table than legal advice and memorandums. They need someone who knows their business and industry, yet thinks and works in new ways. A steady hand at the center of the transformation all around us, and an expert in law, commerce and technology.

We provide meaningful insight and support in jurisdictions around the world. We bring those together into a strategic perspective that enables and empowers our clients to both meet their local responsibilities and thrive in the global
marketplace.

Deloitte's reputation and international presence first attracted me. I knew it would be challenging but rewarding work, filled with opportunity to succeed and exceptional experiences. Of all the opportunities, I am fortunate that Deloitte offered me the chance to study for and complete my tax qualification to become an Irish Chartered Tax Advisor.

Aisling HoganPrivate Clients Tax & Legal team & qualified solicitor

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Our commitment to the professional development of our people is
absolute. Focused on technical, client relationship and technology skills, and
reinforced by on-the-job learning, our ‘lifelong’ tailored approach will ensure
you continue to progress in your career and become the leader you know you can be.

Structured training is available at each level of your training programme. During your trainee solicitor contract you will work within our Tax Private & Capital team on challenging client assignments. A day working as an apprentice solicitor at Deloitte could involve any of the following activities:

  • Scanning for upcoming regulatory/legislative changes which will impact our clients and conducting detailed analysis of existing and upcoming regulatory/legislative changes
  • Providing advice and support to our clients in implementation of regulatory changes
  • Conducting detailed gap analysis and impact assessments for clients
  • Assisting compliance departments in reviewing their core activities from a second line of defence perspective, providing support in the roll out of compliance universes, regulatory obligations registers etc.
  • Drafting policies, procedures, standards and compliance frameworks
  • Assisting with Brexit related queries, jurisdiction analysis, authorisations etc.
  • Drafting points of view, articles, responding to consultation papers and attendance at industry events

Read more about our learning approach.

Apprentice Solicitors complete the Law Society of Ireland Professional Practice Course (PPC1 & 2) to become a Solicitor during their training contract (up to 4 years in duration). Once all FE1 examinations have been obtained. Trainee solicitors will complete their in-office training (24 months in duration). This is structured as follows:

  • In office training/ secondment post PPC1 (11 months)
  • Attendance on PPC2 (3 months)
  • In office training/ secondment period post PPC2 (10 months)

Upon completion of your in-office training and once all exams have been completed, you may apply to have your name entered onto the Roll of Solicitors. 

The firm is committed to supporting apprentice solicitors through their course of study and subsequent admittance to the professional body, not only by providing the competencies through their day to day work but also fully supporting this course of study through a mixture of study leave and internal and external support mechanisms.

Our requirements include:

  • Achieved or are currently on target for a 2.1 honours degree or higher
  • A high level of self-motivation and commitment
  • The ability to analyse and work through complex problems
  • Flexibility, resilience and intellectual curiosity
  • A proactive approach to work
  • Ability to collaborate and work well within a team environment
  • The ability to learn quickly
  • Demonstrated leadership, creative problem solving and strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to prioritise tasks, work on multiple assignments, and manage change
  • Some relevant work experience (e.g. internships, summer positions, school jobs)
     

At Deloitte, we offer competitive reward packages and a variety of benefits. The firm also offers a number of wellbeing programmes to reflect the balance of priorities in our people’s lives.

  • 21 days annual leave rising with service plus 1 additional Deloitte Day (22 days total)
  • Compressed working week: 2pm finish on Fridays during June, July and August
  • Discounted health insurance
  • Life assurance and pension plan
  • Paid professional subscription
  • Graduation leave
  • Advanced learning and development programmes
  • Comprehensive professional education and study leave programme
  • Employee assistance programme
  • Tax saver travel pass and cycle to work scheme
  • Employee recognition awards
  • Corporate Responsibility volunteering
  • Deloitte Unplugged wellbeing programme
  • Corporate deals and discounts

Read more about Your Reward at Deloitte.

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