Practice Training Scheme
Robert Wang & Woo LLP recruits practice trainees with a view to offering them employment as associates after their admission to the Singapore Bar. Therefore, we take practice training seriously and invest in the development of each of our practice trainees.
Law graduates from Singapore universities will undergo 6 months of training with the Firm after sitting for their Part B of the Singapore Bar examinations. Law graduates from recognised foreign universities will, on the other hand, be required to sit for both Part A and Part B of the Singapore Bar examinations, in addition to undergoing 6 months of training after each of the examinations, making it an aggregate of 12 months’ training with the Firm.
During their practice training, trainees will be assigned to the practice group they were recruited under, and will be supervised by a Partner in that practice group. Under the mentorship of their Supervising Solicitor, trainees will have first-hand experience in the work that the Firm’s practice group does and can expect to receive a very “hands-on” training during their time with the Firm. In order to provide trainees with maximum exposure, trainees will also be given the opportunity to receive training in other practice groups midway through their training. At the end of their practice training, trainees should have been exposed to at least 2 of the following practice areas:
Corporate and Commercial
Litigation & Dispute Resolution
Currently, Robert Wang & Woo LLP pays its trainees an honorarium of S$1,500 per month during their practice training with the Firm. However, the amount may vary, depending on the prior experience of the trainee.
If you are interested in undergoing your practice training with us, please submit your detailed curriculum vitae, together with a short cover letter stating the area or areas of practice you are interested in.
Applications may be sent by email or post to:
The Recruitment Partner
Robert Wang & Woo LLP
9 Temasek Boulevard
#41-01 Suntec Tower Two
*We regret to inform that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.