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Programme overview

We run a work experience programme in October half-term for individuals studying A-levels or equivalent at the time of the work experience.

Successful candidates will be selected based on their submitted application only. No further assessment is required for this process.

This will be a predominantly virtual scheme with an opportunity to experience one day in our office (with travel costs reimbursed).

Scheme Overview

The scheme will give individuals the chance to see how the whole firm operates with a series of interesting talks plus a CV workshop and the chance to complete a research task for their supervisor.

The scheme is open to:

  • Individuals studying A-levels or equivalent at the time of the work experience.
  • Individuals who have an interest in working in a law firm, whether as a solicitor or in one of our business services teams, be it Finance, Marketing, HR, IT or Knowledge Learning & Development.
  • Individuals who have five GCSEs grade 4-9 (or equivalent points) including Maths and English, unless there are mitigating circumstances.

There will be five spaces available on the scheme.

We will give priority to individuals who have not had previous similar work experience in a professional services firm and/or as part of a structured programme.

If you’re a parent or guardian who wants to find out more about our work experience, click here.

Application tips:

Application tips

Key dates:

Applications open: 1 June 2024

Application deadline: 6 September 2024

Scheme: Monday 28 October 2024 - Friday 1 November 2024

How to apply:

Please follow the link below to apply:

Apply here 

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