CAREERS

Thank you for your interest in a career at Ramsay Webber.

ATTORNEYS

 

If you are interested in joining our team of attorneys you may email your CV to info@ramweb.co.za.

CANDIDATE ATTORNEYS

Applications for articles in 2021 ARE CLOSED

Applications for articles in 2022 will open in June 2021, please send us the following documentation in PDF format to info@ramweb.co.za, namely:

  • a letter of Motivation introducing yourself and explaining why you would like to join Ramsay Webber.
  • your comprehensive CV showing your experience to date.
  • all your academic transcripts including progress reports from mid-year exams.
  • a certified copy of your ID document or equivalent.
  • a certified copy of your Matric certificate.
  • at least two contactable references.

Successful applicants will be invited to interviews which will be scheduled in June or July each year. Due to the volume of applications received we are unfortunately not able to respond to all applicants however we will endeavour to do so.

VACATION WORK

Applications for vacation work in 2021 ARE CLOSED

Ramsay Webber welcomes students who wish to gain practical experience during their university vacations, and learn what an attorneys practice is all about.

If you are interested in applying to do vacation work at Ramsay Webber please send the following documents to info@ramweb.co.za (please be sure to state “Vacation Work” in the subject line of the email):

  • a letter of Motivation introducing yourself and explaining why you’d like to do vacation work at Ramsay Webber as well as the dates during your vacation that you would like to attend at our offices.
  • your comprehensive CV showing your experience to date.

All applications will be screened and considered within a period of two weeks from date of submission. We will endeavor to respond to your application, however due to the volume of applications received we are not able to respond to all applicants. If we do not respond within a period of four weeks please consider the application as having being unsuccessful.

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