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Antony Vundi, Solicitor Apprentice

Being an apprentice is a six-year undertaking which sees myself adopting a dual role as both a practicing lawyer and a law student. I am currently completing my second seat within our CEP team, where I advise on both contentious and non-contentious matters in commercial and residential projects. However, I also take a keen interest in leading on innovation, through the adoption of legal technology and automation, which has been crucial throughout this pandemic. After work, I enjoy an active lifestyle and am passionate about being a mentor both within the firm and by volunteering with at-risk youth across London.


Morning Afternoon Evening
  • Catch up with my supervisor and senior colleagues on the priorities for the day
  • Liaise with clients to organise both postal and digital signings
  • Drafting appointments and warranties to be issued for clients on their projects
  • Join the rest of the apprentices for lunch at the firm’s restaurant ‘Charlie’s’
  • Attend a call for a negotiation on a contentious matter
  • Meet with the legal tech focus group to discuss our latest strategies to implement AI into law
  • Study for my Law degree
  • Provide advice for one of the mentees on our social mobility programme ‘Career Start’
  • Finish the day with a late night work out at the gym


Skills most relevant in my role

Personability, Proactivity, Attention to Detail, Maturity, Resilience and lots of effective time management both in the office and at university.


As an apprentice, Charles Russell Speechlys has been my introduction to the legal world. So from the position of someone who swapped a classroom for an office I can certainly attest to the supportive, diverse and inclusive culture that has made that radical transition so smooth and is uniformly shared across the firm.

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