The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple presents:
Question & Answer Day
Inner Temple Hall, London
Sunday 16th June 2013
Including drinks reception with the opportunity to speak with practising barristers from all legal fields
Training for the Bar and the BPTC
Funding and Scholarships
Writing a Legal CV
Interview tips and tricks
Life as a barrister
This event is open to all those interested in a career at the Bar who have not yet started the BPTC or joined an Inn or Court.
Attendance at this event is free. Booking in advance is required and you will need to register by completing the form which can be found under ‘Prospective Members’ and ‘Forthcoming Events’. Places are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.
If you have any queries about this event, please contact the Outreach Team on: firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 020 7797 8262
Want to spend the day meeting barristers from a diverse range of chambers?
The TARGETjobs National Pupillage Fair is your chance to do this on Saturday 9th March 2013 at Lincoln’s Inn, London.
This event is a unique opportunity to meet chambers and course providers, get first hand advice on pupillages, gain an insight into life at the Bar and collect your brand new copy of the TARGETjobs Pupillages Handbook.
In addition to the exhibitors’ stands, there will be a programme of talks running throughout the day, with speakers from a variety of backgrounds covering key topics and areas of law.
For further details and to register, please visit TARGETjobs website
‘A day in the City’ is an event for those interested in discovering more about the legal sector.
SNR Denton and RPC will be opening their doors on 21st January to 40 students offering an insight into a day in the life of their employees.
This event is open to first year law students looking to find out more information, and second year non-law students considering making the leap into law or completing a law conversion.
If you’re considering entering this sector then days like this are perfect for your CV so why not Apply now!
OPEN: A careers event for disabled undergraduates
‘Your insight into a legal career’
Friday 30th November 2012
10.30am - 5.30pm
The event is being hosted by Clifford Chance at their Canary Wharf offices in London. Travel expenses will be reimbursed.
This interactive event is designed to provide people with disabilities and long-term health conditions with an insight into the true nature of the opportunities for graduates interested in pursuing a career in law. With contributions from some of the world’s leading law firms, it will help you to develop your understanding of the industry and the support that is available.
The event will cover areas such as:
It will also give you an opportunity to meet with people in a similar position to you and to network with representatives and recruiters from 6 leading global law firms.
For further information and to apply, please visit the Open’s website.
Lawyer 2B is again running its free event -’Not too late for Law‘ careers evening in London on:
Wednesday 28th November 2012
at The College of Law
2 Bunhill Row
The event is specifically designed to guide and engage with mature students and career changes who wish to pursue a career in Law.
If you think you’ve left it too late to break into the legal profession, think again. An increasing number of law firms and barristers chambers now actively seek to recruit candidates who are considering law as a second career or who have decided to go to university at a later stage in life. The reason for this is simple - mature applicants are often more commercially aware, having gained real life experience.
This unique careers evening will comprise of a set series of informative seminar sessions, interactive workshops and informal networking.
Who should attend
*to qualify as a mature student, you must have been aged over 21 in the first year of your undergraduate degree.
Please register your interest on the Registration page.
Law Fair (Manchester Central, G-MEX)
20th November 2012
Postgraduate Study Fair (Manchester Central, G-MEX)
21st November 2012
For more details, please visit: Manchester Fairs
30th November 2012
10.30 am - 5.30 pm
Hosted by Clifford Chance at their offices in Canary Wharf
Open 2012 is designed to provide undergraduates with disabilities and long-term health conditions an insight into the opportunities available to graduates interested in pursuing a career in commercial law.
Leading global law firms participating are Allen and Overy, Ashurst, Clifford Chance, Freshfields, Linklaters and Hogan Lovells. (OU students can view a profile of Hogan Lovells on our Employer Showcase using their OU username and password.)
The event is intended for disabled students who will be graduating in 2014 and 2015 and will cover:
For further information and to apply visit Open to you.
The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple, one of the four barrister Inns of Court of England and Wales, will be attending a number of events and law fairs across the UK this autumn.
These provide opportunities for students to talk to barristers and to find out more about life at the Bar.
For dates and online registration, please visit the Inner Temple website.
The University of Manchester is hosting the following fairs during November:
Tuesday 22nd November 2011 - Law Fair
Law firms offering training contracts and placements, course providers offering training courses and professional bodies such as the Bar offering advice.
Wednesday 23rd November 2011 - Postgraduate Study Fair
Universities and training organisations promoting their postgraduate study places for 2012 (please note this is NOT a jobs fair for graduates).
All details are on the University of Manchester’s website.
By choosing to start a career with Herbert Smith you will be joining some of the brightest minds in the legal profession, doing the best work for the best clients.
Who can apply? The training contracts are open to disabled finalists, graduates and penultimate year students, from law or any other discipline.
To apply for this opportunity through EmployAbility, you must have a disability or health condition (including dyslexia, dyspraxia, diabetes, epilepsy, mental health condition or any other long term health condition).
Closing date: Sunday 31st July 2011