Clifford Chance is one of the world's pre-eminent law firms, with an incredible depth and breadth of expertise that spans five continents. As a single, fully integrated, global partnership, the firm prides itself on its approachable, collegial, team-based way of working, and on the positive difference it makes to its clients right around the world.
With thousands of lawyers working from dozens of offices across the globe, Clifford Chance offers expert advice on all aspects of commercial law. And strives to exceed the expectations of its clients, which include corporates from all the commercial and industrial sectors, governments, regulators, trade bodies and not-for-profit organisations.
Many of Clifford Chance's deals make the news. All of its work has a real and meaningful impact. Often, it demands the kind of knowledge that only international, cross-practice teams can provide. Its reputation in the field is formidable. Which is why organisations turn to the firm not just for legal expertise but also for advice on their most critical business issues.
Clifford Chance knows it's not enough to have an expert understanding of law. That its clients need people with real commercial acumen. People who can bring their insight and imagination to complex problems. People who can act as trusted business advisers and deliver the results that matter. This is reflected in the firm's training contract, which gives new joiners the chance to develop experience across a variety of seats.
Regardless of the specific path they take, trainees at Clifford Chance gain an insight into the firm's global deals, its high-profile clients and collaborative culture. As integral members of the team, they also have the chance to develop their legal and business skills, setting them up for a successful career that could take them in any number of different directions.
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