Shoosmiths has bagged a hat-trick of wins at the AllAboutLaw Top Law Firms for Training Contracts and Vacation Schemes Awards 2013-14.
The national law firm came first in the Best Vacation Scheme, Best Vacation Scheme - National Firm; and Best for Training - Vacation Scheme categories.
It was also named runner-up in the Top Law Firm category.
The other runner-up slots it grabbed were in Best for Career Progression - Vacation Scheme; and Best Level of Support - Vacation Scheme.
Shoosmiths came third for Best Use of Social Media in a Trainee & Vacation Scheme Recruitment Campaign.
AllAboutLaw.co.uk is an online law careers resource for school leavers, students and graduates.
Graduate recruitment manager Samantha Hope said: "Shoosmiths is committed to providing vacation placement students with a genuine insight into a career in law. We strive to ensure the experience is both enjoyable and useful, and provides solid steps towards their future.
"It is a great achievement to have this recognised by AllAboutLaw across seven nominations, and three awards."
The AllAboutLaw success comes just weeks after Shoosmiths was voted by graduates the best law firm to work for, when it scored 4.3 from a maximum 5 in the 2013/14 Top Companies for Graduates to Work For list, compiled by TheJobCrowd.com.
It puts Shoosmiths alongside sector winners such as Boots (retail), Nationwide (banking and finance), and Innocent Drinks (consumer goods).
Categories businesses are scored on include company culture, training and support, career progression, and work/life balance.
One reviewer posted that they liked '.the challenging and interesting work; friendly and professional people; can-do and encouraging work environment; accessible support from all levels; and feeling that you're valued'.
The firm finished 22nd overall, in a top 100 headed again by Microsoft, and featuring blue chip companies such as Sky, Vodafone, GlaxoSmithKline and Mars.
The rankings are based entirely on thousands of reviews written on TheJobCrowd.com by employees in their first three years of work at hundreds of UK graduate employers. These reveal what the day-to-day of the job really involves, working hours, salaries, advice for applicants, and the best and worst things about their employer and their job.