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In today’s business world, clients need more than just a safe pair of hands. They need emotionally-savvy advisers who will strive to find the best solution for the top and bottom lines.

We have created a vibrant and 

supportive environment that recognises – and rewards – innovation and hard work. Moreover, we take immense pleasure in what we do.

If you’re thinking about a legal 

supportive environment that recognises – and rewards – innovation and hard work. Moreover, we take immense pleasure in what we do.

We have created a vibrant and supportive environment that recognises – and rewards – innovation and hard work. Moreover, we take immense pleasure in what we do.

If you’re thinking about a legal apprenticeship, summer scheme or a training contract, this is where the adventure begins.

At RPC, you will enjoy the challenge

supportive environment that recognises – and rewards – innovation and hard work. Moreover, we take immense pleasure in what we do.

At RPC, you will enjoy the challenge of good quality, complex work, together with the chance to develop meaningful, long-term relationships with your clients.

Working at RPC means being part of 

a collaborative and creative environment, which is flexible, fluid and fun. We value our business support staff and recognise that individual contributions at all levels are essential to the success of RPC.

Working at RPC means being part of a collaborative and creative environment, which is flexible, fluid and fun. We value our business support staff and recognise that individual contributions at all levels are essential to the success of RPC.

At RPC, we ask all candidates to bring their right to work documents and proof of address details to final stage interviews. This is to establish eligibility to work in the UK in accordance with the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006.

At RPC, we ask all candidates to bring their right to work documents and proof of address details to final stage interviews. This is to establish eligibility to work in the UK in accordance with the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006.

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