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Carving a Career in Law in Northern Ireland

Dates
Wednesday, February 24, 2021 - 18:00 to 19:30
Location
Online
Contact
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The Open University is inviting OU law students and recent graduates in Northern Ireland to an exclusive event on carving a career in law.  If you’re interested in a career in law in Northern Ireland, this event is for you. The event is open to law students at all stages, whether you are just starting out in your OU studies or a recent graduate. 

 

Gain advice and top tips about applying for the Solicitor and Barrister Traineeship routes in Northern Ireland from Barbara Jemphrey, Director of the Institute of Professional Legal Studies (IPLS).  Get career confident and be inspired by OU Law alumni working across the Barrister, Solicitor and voluntary legal advice sector in Northern Ireland.  Hear from the OU’s local OU Careers and Employability Consultants who will support you to reflect on your own personal motivations, skills and goals to help you to start planning your career journey.  The event will conclude with a question and answer panel session with all speakers where you will have the opportunity to ask questions to support you with carving out your future career. 

 

Don’t miss out and register to attend this exclusive and unique event to support you in carving out a career in law in Northern Ireland.

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