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At Gilbert Turner Coomber Solicitors we are proud of the excellent reputation that we have built over the years. We are respected for and committed to providing exceptionally high standards of service delivery and performance.

If you would like to apply for any position at Gilbert Turner Comber Solicitors, you will need to demonstrate that you:

Want to offer and be committed to offering the highest level of service to our clients.
Be committed to your work, to us and to our clients.
Be receptive to a changing environment and be ready to come up with new ideas.
Be proactive, highly organised and self motivated.
Be committed to the future strategy of the firm and buy into our business plan - we expect everyone to promote our firm.
Like to work in a relaxed, open, diverse and friendly environment
Want to make the best possible use of technology
If you are committed to the above then we believe that you will find Gilbert Turner Coomber a great place to work and we would be more than happy to hear from you. We offer great working conditions in a supportive environment.

If you do not see a suitable position available below, please do not be put off. We are always interested in receiving CV's from ambitious qualified solicitors, unqualified legal personnel and administrative staff.

Please email Amar Basra on or contact directly on 020 8509 6815.

Current vacancies


The successful candidate would be required to support PC desktop users (currently XP), have a working knowledge of Server 2008 R2, Exchange 2010 and be prepared to train in the management of our new Progress SQL case-management suite. A legal IT background would be an advantage but not essential. Contact Paul Winnett (IT Manager) on 020 8509 6815 or email

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