We currently offer up to seven trainee places each year.
Kingsley Napley looks for candidates with a strong academic background. Applications are welcomed from legal and non-legal graduates who have achieved a 2:1. Despite this minimum requirement, we read all applications made for a training contract, and review applications on their merit and not academic achievements alone.
If you have mitigating circumstances and wish to apply for a training contract, please outline these circumstances in the relevant section of the application form and they will be read in line with your application.
Kingsley Napley LLP do not offer funding or sponsorship for the GDL or LPC at present.
Please refer to our Apply page for information about how to apply for a training contract.
Please refer to our Careers Team page for contact information. Alternatively you can call our reception on 020 7814 1200 who will transfer you through to a member of the HR team.
You will need to apply via our online application system Apply4Law.
Please note that Kingsley Napley do not accept applications for training contracts in any other format.
From October to May each year we accept applications for Training Contracts beginning in September of the following year. The deadline for applying for a training contract is 31 May.
Candidates must ensure they will have completed the LPC before the commencement of the training contract. The application form will ask you to confirm that you have successfully completed the LPC or have a confirmed place on the course. If you are still waiting for confirmation when submitting your application, please chose the “waiting to hear” option and your application will still be considered.
We accept applications from October through to May for training contracts commencing the following year, and do not review applications until after the deadline for making applications has passed. Candidates should feel free to submit their applications at any time between October and May Please note that, once submitted, candidates will not be able to make amends to their applications.