County council to offer trainee programme

By James Barnes

29 May 2013 at 08:52 BST

Kent County Council is planning to take on four trainees a year in its legal department as part of a series of white label and cross-selling initiatives.

Kent: council to take on trainees

Legal Week reports that trainees will assist in the areas of property, planning & highways, contracts & commercial, litigation & employment and social welfare, as well as potentially carrying out secondments with other local authorities and partner organisations around the UK.
Kent's director of governance and law Geoff Wild added that the scheme will link with higher education institutions including the University of Kent and the University of Greenwich in a bid to encourage local legal talent to apply for the positions.


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