CityLawLIVE and NationalLawLIVE application system opens for business

Student conferences NationalLawLIVE and CityLawLIVE have opened their application system, readying themselves to welcome delegates on, respectively, 4 December 2015 and 11 December 2015.

Building on the success of four previous CityLawLIVE events, this year the City-focused London event is joined by a new sister event in Manchester, NationalLawLIVE. NationalLawLIVE is designed to attract those who are thinking about a fulfilling legal career outside London, and want to know more about what it means to work in one of the United Kingdom’s foremost national firms.

Both of these unique careers conferences are perfect for talented students (law and non-law) keen to learn more about how to build a legal career. The events are timed to maximise the benefit to students intending to apply for 2016 vacation schemes.

Each event has a roster of impressive sponsor firms, all of which will have a strong presence at the events, including each firm hosting a practice-area-focused interactive workshop. The CityLawLIVE sponsors are Baker & McKenzie, Clyde & Co LLP, Cooley (UK) LLP, Dentons, Kirkland & Ellis International LLP, Ropes & Gray, Watson Farley & Williams LLP and Weil, Gotshal & Manges. The NationalLawLIVE sponsors are Addleshaw Goddard, DLA Piper, Eversheds, Irwin Mitchell, Nabarro, Osborne Clarke, Shoosmiths and Squire Patton Boggs.

In addition, this week it has been confirmed that Nottingham Law School will be the overall sponsor for both events, bringing its own expertise advice and insight to the conferences.

The single application form for both events is available here. To learn more about both events, and determine which suits your ambitions best, go to the FAQs page of their respective websites, here and here.

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