How would you rate the quality of work you are given?

Every trainee hopes to hit the ground running with interesting and challenging work when they begin their training contract. But someone has to do the routine tasks of indexing and bundling too. Whilst it goes without saying that a trainee who gives every piece of work their all is set up to succeed, a training contract should also offer plenty of varied, interesting and challenging work. This is key to your development as a lawyer and ensures that you are equipped with the necessary skills when you get to that coveted post-qualification stage. Trainees at these Future Lawyers Winner firms were pleased to find that their experience involved exciting high-quality work amid the occasional unglamorous task. Click on a firm name to read their Future Lawyers profile and see how they scored in other categories.

FirmScore
Cooley (UK) LLP93.3
Crown Prosecution Service92.6
Farrer & Co LLP92.5
Boodle Hatfield91.7
Covington & Burling LLP91.7
Milbank LLP91.7
TLT LLP91.1
Foot Anstey90.9
Womble Bond Dickinson90.0
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld90.0
Cripps90.0
Fladgate LLP90.0
Burges Salmon LLP89.4
Hugh James89.1
Hill Dickinson LLP88.8
Osborne Clarke88.3
Collyer Bristow88.3
Brabners LLP88.3
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP88.3
Bevan Brittan LLP88.2