If you're interested in joining Team Gepps, we’d love to hear from you. Send us your details and we’ll keep you in mind for any upcoming opportunities. You can email Karen Mollison with your CV, putting “Employment opportunities’ in the subject line. Please also specify which of these areas you’re interested in:
- qualified legal staff
- legal secretaries
- general office
- paralegals (graduates).
If you prefer, you can write to Karen Mollison at this address:
58 New London Road
ESSEX CM2 0PA
Training Contract Opportunities
Gepp Solicitors offer 2 training contracts to future Solicitors in October of each year. As you will be aware, competition is fierce and we receive a large number of applications each year. The application process for this year's intakes will be open from 1st January and will close on 30th June. If you are interested in joining Gepps as a Trainee Solicitor and have either completed, or are due to complete your Legal Practice Course this year, we would love to hear from you. Please click the link below to complete an application form. Completed forms should be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a covering letter.
Note for recruitment agents
Gepp Solicitors request that recruitment agencies do not submit CVs in respect of the roles advertised on this website on a speculative basis, unless previously asked to do so by our HR Manager. If and when agency involvement is required on a particular campaign, our HR Manager will contact an agency directly in order to request assistance.
Gepp Solicitors will not recognise any CV submissions related to unsolicited applications and no agency fees will apply in relation to such submissions. If an agency submits an unsolicited CV to any partner or employee of our firm directly, we will not accept any liability for commissions or other charges if we subsequently employ that candidate at that time or subsequently or whether directly or through another agency. Where an agency's correspondence contains a disclaimer indicating otherwise, our policy will prevail in this regard.