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Law fairs: network with solicitors and barristers, and learn about training contracts and pupillages
Law fairs may be an opportunity for firms and chambers to show you their wares, but they also give you the chance to practise some self-promotion and impress potential employers. Only the supremely confident (or foolish) would miss out - read on to discover how to get the most from the law fair season.
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Free copies of the Training Contract & Pupillage Handbook at @soasLAW law fair today. @SOASLawSoc - make sure your members pick up a copy!
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Lots of firms at today's #UoNLawFair Leave time to get a free copy of TCPH! @DerbyLawSociety @UoN_LawSoc @LincolnLawSoc @NTULawSociety
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RT @jmwsolicitors: The #law fair calendar is in full swing-attend & learn about all kinds of firms,training contracts & pupillages http://t…
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I was attracted to Nabarro by its diverse and inclusive culture, which I experienced during the vacation scheme. Partners and associates actively encourage you to take additional responsibility and value your input, which for me makes Nabarro a challenging and engaging place to train. The six seat rotation is also great as it offers you a wide range of experience.
LC.N asked Ince & Co's recruitment manager, Rebecca Withers, for advice on making the most of your law fair experience and the best ways to make a good impression with employers.