If you're a non-law student keen on a legal career, here's what you need to know about starting out with Shoosmiths. Hear from graduate recruitment manager Samantha Hope, partner Steve Wiltshire and trainee Alex Friston as they share their tips for non-law students and explain why law firms, and Shoosmiths, are interested in employing non-law students.
updated on 22 November 2019
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