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BLM

Meet the Recruiter

Keely Nelson
BLM

Unlike at some firms, Keely Nelson and her team at BLM carefully read every training contract application themselves to gain a rounded view of each candidate, not just their academics. Read on to learn more about what BLM values in its recruits.

Gowling WLG (UK) LLP

Meet the Lawyer

Gowling WLG (UK) LLP

Lisa Boyle at Gowling WLG has long been a proponent of keeping an open mind about what your career might entail; learn more about her path to law here.

LCN videos

This short video is a snapshot of the fantastic successes achieved by our alumni working all over the world in law, business, politics and more.

Kirkland & Ellis International LLP

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Kirkland & Ellis International LLP

Kirkland & Ellis’s recruitment brochure emphasises the firm’s key offerings to prospective trainees: the opportunities to be a valuable part of the team and be involved in high-quality international work from day one.

The Training Contract & Pupillage Handbook

The Training Contract & Pupillage Handbook is now available, FREE, from university careers services and  law faculties. Make sure you collect your copy of the preeminent print resource for future lawyers. The Handbook provides in-depth information and advice about how to launch your legal career, features details of over 1,000 potential employers and much more. Don’t miss out on accessing this crucial information!

To SQE or not to SQE?

LCN Says

To SQE or not to SQE?
Jonny Hurst

LLB, non-law graduates and those graduating from a Graduate Diploma in Law are all anxious to seek advice about whether they should proceed with the Legal Practice Course and then secure a two-year training contract; or wait until 2020 (or later) to qualify as a solicitor via the Solicitors Qualifying Examination.

Irina M

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My week at Clyde & Co
Irina M

December started off quite excitingly - I spent a week in London participating in Clyde & Co’s Bright Futures programme, a one-week work experience scheme designed for first year law students and second year non-law students as an insight into the environment at the headquarters of a law firm.

Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe (UK) LLP

Featured Lawyer

Jack Mead
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe (UK) LLP

University of Nottingham | Newly-qualified associate

The range and quality of work was central to my decision to stay at the firm. In addition, the degree of responsibility that I have been able to take on as a trainee will ease my transition to qualified solicitor.