TUI Group • Luton, United Kingdom

Trainee Solicitor - Fixed Term

Employment type:  Contract


A little flex time

Job Description

As the world’s leading holiday company, TUI’s commitment to exceptional experiences extends beyond travel. It’s a promise we make to our customers and employees alike. If you are passionate about law and eager to embark on an exciting legal career in the travel industry, then our Trainee Solicitor role is the ideal opportunity for you.

At TUI we believe that work is something you do not somewhere you go, therefore we are pleased to advise we can consider a hybrid working model for this role. This opportunity if being offered on a 2 year fixed term contract and the closing date for appliations will be Thursday 16th November


  • As a Trainee Solicitor, your primary responsibility will be to assist the Legal Department in various aspects of commercial law and related legal matters. You will undergo a period of recognised training in line with the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) requirements, working under the guidance of experienced legal professionals at TUI.
  • Legal Research: Conduct in-depth research on commercial law topics, providing valuable insights to the legal team.
  • Contract Review: Assist in the review and drafting of contracts, agreements, and legal documents to ensure compliance with legal standards.
  • Dispute Resolution: Gain exposure to dispute resolution processes, including mediation, arbitration, and litigation, as required.
  • Compliance and Regulation: Support in ensuring the company’s compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and industry standards.
  • Advisory Support: Assist in providing legal advice to various departments within TUI, helping them understand the legal implications of their actions.
  • Documentation and Record-Keeping: Maintain accurate records, documents, and files, ensuring they are organized and readily accessible.
  • Training and Development: Attend training sessions, workshops, and seminars to enhance your knowledge of commercial law and legal practice.


  • A minimum of an Upper Second Class Honours Bachelor’s degree in Law (LLB) and have completed the Legal Practice Course (LPC) within an appropriately recent time frame.
  • Strong academic record and a genuine passion for commercial law and the travel industry.
  • Excellent research and analytical skills.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Attention to detail and a methodical approach to work.
  • Ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team.
  • Eagerness to learn and adapt to the dynamic legal landscape within the travel industry.
  • Must meet the Solicitors Regulation Authority’s transitional requirements. These are detailed at the following link SRA | Transitional arrangements | Solicitors Regulation Authority


  • A comprehensive and structured training program designed to meet the requirements of the SRA.
  • Exposure to diverse and challenging legal matters within a global corporation.
  • Mentorship and guidance from seasoned legal professionals.
  • Fantastic holiday benefits including discounts, special offers and the ability to purchase additional ‘TUI time off’
  • Health and Wellbeing support in five key areas – Financial, Health, Social, Community and Career
  • Discretionary Bonus Scheme
  • Excellent rates with foreign exchange
  • Pension scheme and life assurance.

At TUI, we know people are as diverse as the destinations we send our customers to.We love to see your uniqueness shine through and inspire the future of travel.​ If you would like to read more about what Diversity & Inclusion means to us simply visit our Smile page Click here

Company benefits

Health insurance – All benefits vary by location and job role, we'd be happy to chat to you about this in more detail
Work from anywhere scheme – TUI WORKWIDE means colleagues can work from abroad for up to 30 working days a year
Flexible working week
Religious celebration leave
Bank holiday swaps
Travel credit
Time off in-lieu
Buy or sell annual leave
Gym membership
Employee discounts
Mental health platform access
Open to part time work for some roles
Enhanced maternity leave
Shared parental leave
Pregnancy loss leave
Enhanced paternity leave
Compassionate leave
Cinema discounts
Season ticket loan
Travel insurance
Cycle to work scheme
In office catering
Commuter loan
Annual pay rises
Annual bonus
Life assurance
Salary sacrifice
Matched pension contribution
In office workout classes
Teambuilding days
Employee assistance programme
Charity donation scheme
Enhanced sick pay
Share options
Faith rooms
Volunteer days
Lunch and learns
L&D budget
Personal development days
Mental health days

We asked employees of TUI Group how satisfied they were with flexible working, and this is what they told us

Employees are very happy with their working location freedom
Employees are largely happy with the flexibility in the hours they work
Employees are largely happy with the benefits their company offers
Work-life balance
Employees feel that they can switch off quite easily from work
Role modelling
Employees feel that most people work flexibly
Employees feel they have complete autonomy over getting their work done

Additional employee ratings
(these do not contribute to the FlexScore®)

Employees feel that the diversity is good and there are continued efforts to improve it
Employees feel that the culture supports equity and inclusivity well
Employees enjoy the working environment
Employees feel quite excited about the company mission
Employees feel that their salary is fair and in line with the market average
Working at TUI Group

Company employees

60,000 globally

Gender diversity (male:female)


Office locations

Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Mexico, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, USA