LawCareersNetLIVE: exciting one-day student conferences to be held in London and Manchester

LawCareers.Net is excited to announce the launch of LawCareersNetLIVE, formerly known as CityLawLIVE and NationalLawLIVE. The one-day careers conferences are for talented students (law and non-law) who want to learn more about how to build a fulfilling career as a solicitor. The events will be held in London and Manchester on 30 November 2018 and 7 December 2018, respectively, and are timed to maximise the benefit to students intending to apply for 2019 vacation schemes.

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.

Our sponsor firms in London are:

Our sponsor firms in Manchester are:

Note: Applications will open in June. You are only able to apply for ONE LawCareersNetLIVE event, either in London (30 November) or Manchester (7 December). Students are encouraged to choose the event that best suits their own timetable and/or geographic location – both events offer the same combination of impressive firms, interactive workshops, advice and networking opportunities.

For a flavour of why you should attend, read these personal accounts from previous CityLawLIVE and NationalLawLIVE attendees: “Catrin Wyn Williams - NationalLawLIVE: how it helped me to springboard from the GDL to trainee at BLM” and “Flo Williams - CityLawLIVE: what I gained from the experience and how you can benefit too”.

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