Write For Us & Help Our TSS Community

The mission of the Trainee Solicitor Surgery website is to be the essential guide and companion for all those seeking to progress their law careers.

The TSS Blog

Our blog is written around a multitude of relevant topics and by a varied team of writers.

Our blogging team ranges from law students seeking paralegal work/training contracts to former Magic Circle lawyers, freelance journalists and career consultants.

Why Not Contribute To Our Blog?

There are various opportunities to contribute to the TSS blog and to become involved with a growing website with a passionate student and graduate following.

Whether you are a student wanting to showcase your writing skills or a law firm wanting to connect with an army of training contract hopefuls, we would love to publish you.

Great For Connecting With Our TSS Community

If you are a law firm, law school or other organisation wanting to connect with law applicants, what better way to do so than helping them with the advice they are looking for.

Great For Students/Graduates

Previous student and graduate writers have found writing for us to be an excellent addition to their applications and some have grown their social media profile off the back of it.

We are proud to have had Krish Nair, the TC Hawk, as one of our writers and supported him through the early stages of his journey from blogger/tweeter to securing a training contract.

Or Just A Great Way To Give Something Back…

You may be a lawyer, careers advisor or another source of knowledge who, like all of us here at TSS HQ, just want to give something back and help those who are facing the hardest law careers job market ever.

So What Are You Waiting For?

We try to be flexible with all our writers whether they want to write one-off articles or would prefer to write on a more regular basis.

If you would like to contribute to TSS we are waiting to hear from you. Just complete our enquiry form and provide a brief summary of your background and your proposed contribution(s).