How would you rate your amount of client contact?

Quality client contact is so much more than silently attending meetings or offering cups of coffee. For trainees, the amount and variety of client interaction plays an important part in their experience on the training contract. After all, only by being exposed to clients will you start building the confidence to advise them yourself one day. What’s more, meeting different types of clients can be very interesting and serves as a reminder of why many people choose to go into law in the first place – to help people, however that may look. These Lex 100 Winner firms offer trainees plenty of client exposure from day one. Click on a firm name to read their Lex 100 profile and see how they scored in other categories.

Firm Score
Crown Prosecution Service 86.0
Irwin Mitchell LLP 83.0
Osborne Clarke 82.6
Marriott Harrison LLP 80.8
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP 80.8
Ashurst 80.3
Hugh James 80.3
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP 79.0
TLT LLP 78.1
Wedlake Bell LLP 77.4
Blaser Mills Law 77.4
Devonshires Solicitors LLP 77.4
Addleshaw Goddard 77.2
Reed Smith LLP 76.6
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher 76.0
Dechert LLP 75.7
Travers Smith LLP 75.5
Brabners LLP 75.4
Milbank LLP 75.3
Covington & Burling LLP 75.1
Leathes Prior 74.9
Shakespeare Martineau LLP 74.5
Goodwin Procter (UK) LLP 74.5
Herbert Smith Freehills LLP 74.1
Capsticks LLP 74.0