Graduate Resourcing & Development Manager Christina Churchman is looking to recruit keen and motivated individuals who want to work at the "truly global" White & Case.
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There’s never been a more interesting time to join the big business world of City law. Don’t for one minute imagine that you need a certain type of background. City recruiters know it’s all about how far a person can go in the future, not where they’ve already come from.
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International secondment? High-profile deals? Excellent salary? Interesting and varied clients? If all of these things are on your list of what constitutes a perfect legal career, then life as a City lawyer could be your nirvana.
Given the importance that law firms place upon extracurricular activities, it’s essential that aspirant students be aware of the kind of roles they can take on, both on and off-campus, to display this – such as being a student ambassador.
The firm expects 100% from you, but gives 100% back. You can expect top quality work, in a commercial yet supportive and fun environment. You will be encouraged to reach your full potential and be part of a team, where people come to work because they enjoy what they do.