Thinking about a career in one of the United Kingdom’s foremost law firms? Then LawCareersNetLIVE is a must-attend event, looking at the skills, attributes and techniques that are necessary to launch a career at this type of firm.
Our one-day conference is for talented students (law and non-law) who want to learn more about how to build a successful career as a solicitor in a prestigious firm.
Spend the day at our new and inspiring venue in Manchester's Piccadilly district - a major UK city where many law firms have offices.
The full-day programme features panel discussions on key topics, workshops presented by our sponsor firms and networking sessions offering the opportunity to speak to partners, trainees and graduate recruiters from our firm sponsors and overall sponsor, Nottingham Law School.
The conference takes place on Friday 27 November 2020, timed to maximise the benefit to students intending to apply for 2021 vacation schemes.
The event offers;
If you want to learn more about life as a lawyer in a top firm, from the people who are already living it and those who hire them, and you have the experience and grades to back up your enthusiasm, then LawCareersNetLIVE is the perfect event for you.
How to apply
Find out more and apply at live.lawcareers.net.
Applications close on 29 October 2020, but we encourage you to apply as soon as possible, as offers will be made on a rolling basis. Please remember that if you are successful you will be required to pay the delegate fee of £29.
You are only able to apply for ONE LawCareersNetLIVE event, so choose the one that best suits your timetable and/or geographical location. All three events offer the same combination of impressive firms, interactive workshops, advice and networking opportunities.
For more information on the sponsors, workshops and programme, go to the LawCareersNetLIVE website.
PLEASE NOTE: we intend to run LawCareersNetLIVE as in-person events with the venues implementing comprehensive social distancing measures. Check out the FAQs page for more information.