There's no better way to find out what life as a trainee at RPC is really like than from the current trainees themselves. We put them in front of a camera and asked them a series of questions ranging from what kind of work they typically do to what makes RPC stand out from the crowd. Their answers are completely unscripted. No smoke, no mirrors – what you see is what you get. Follow the links below and have a look for yourselves.
What makes RPC stand out from the crowd?
What do you wish the firm would do differently?
What opportunities have you had to develop your skills?
Apart from the law, what do you feel you've learned at RPC?
Talk us through the kind of exposure you get to clients and business development events.
What kind of recruit would prosper at RPC?
What kind of recruit would NOT prosper at RPC?
RPC says it is an open and friendly place – so how does that play out in reality?
The Manifesto says we are a pioneering law firm. Talk us through how that's represented day to day.
How has the ability to socialise helped you as a trainee, and in terms of doing your job?
If you were building the law firm of the future from scratch, what would you do?
What was it about the firm that made you apply for a training contract?
RPC says it is both open and friendly and ambitious and entrepreneurial – so how does that work?
Can you give us an idea of the kind of work you have been involved with?
As well as watching the videos, you can find out more about what it's like to be a trainee solicitor at RPC by reading about their experiences. The profiles below of some of our trainees will give you a unique personal insight into training with us.