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Training contract to commence 2020: 31/07/2018 Non-law training contract to commence 2020: 31/01/2018 Winter work placement: 31/10/2017 Summer work placement: 07/01/2018 Spring work placement: 07/01/2018 Other deadlines
|Number of work placements:||65|
|Minimum qualification:||2.1 degree (or equivalent)|
Remember to cite LawCareers.Net on your application form if you apply to Hogan Lovells.
Application details and method of selection
Our insight events will run on four dates between April to July 2018. To attend, you must be in your first year of study at university and have submitted you application by 25 February 2018. You can be from any degree discipline.
As for our vacation schemes, students in their penultimate year onwards must apply by 7 January 2018 to be eligible for our summer and spring vacation schemes. We also have a winter vacation scheme for all final-year students and graduates, the closing date for which is 31 October 2017. These opportunities are open to law and non-law students.
Applications for our training contracts will be open from 1 October 2017. Law students in their penultimate year of study will need to submit their applications by 31 July 2018 at the latest. If you’re a non-law student or graduate, you should apply for your position before 31 January 2018.
Ready to experience our dynamic? Find out more and apply at hoganlovells.com/graduates.
Firm description and career prospects
A practical, straight-talking approach to law. Open, honest and deep relationships with prestigious clients. Training that keeps on evolving. A global community where everyone is on the same wavelength – but always encouraged to be themselves. This is the dynamic that sets Hogan Lovells apart. Everyone pushes themselves to find smarter, bolder solutions; there is a collective desire to share knowledge and work collaboratively; and as a global firm, this applies no matter where we operate. With 2,500 lawyers working in over 45 offices across 26 countries, the close-knit culture that exists between these offices is part of our everyday lives. And now, you can experience this first-hand.
To find out what it is like to work at Hogan Lovells read the firm's Meet the Lawyer profile.
GDL and LPC course fees are paid. The maintenance grants are:
£7,000 for LPC students
£8,000 for GDL students in London
£7,000 for GDL students outside London
Before joining an organisation, one of the best things you can do is get to know them first. After all, you’ll be spending a big chunk of your life at your new firm, so it makes sense to make sure it’s the right one for you. That’s where our first-year opportunities come in. First-year law students can apply for our vacation scheme, to get a taste of Hogan Lovells. We also run insight events for first year students of any degree discipline. Come along to our offices on any of the three summer dates and enjoy an experience packed with tailored workshops and presentations. You’ll find out everything you need to know and see what life is like at a global law firm.
If Hogan Lovells is the place for you, you’ll have the opportunity to sign up for one of our vacation schemes. Running from two to three weeks, our schemes are a perfect launch pad for a legal career. And each one is carefully tailored to students at different stages of their career planning. Working alongside partners, associates and trainees, you’ll support client work in our key practice areas. You’ll draft documents, go to meetings, do legal research and, where possible, attend court. It’s hands-on learning that’s reinforced by workshops, discussions, case studies, work shadowing, social events and more. As experience, it’s invaluable.
To find out what it's like to undertake a placement at Hogan Lovells read the firm's Vac Scheme Insider report.
Training contract programme
International law evolves constantly. So do our lawyers. So will you. With our two-year training contract, you’ll amass world-class technical skills, gain a holistic view of our firm and learn to master the law. There’s more to our lawyers than legal expertise, you’ll also develop a deep understanding of business and industry too.
It starts with stretching work. We’ll give you as much as you can handle – in our experience it’s the best way to learn. Of course we’ll balance that responsibility with help and encouragement from all corners. As well as a comprehensive legal skills training programme, you’ll have regular reviews and guidance from the trainee development team, mentors, colleagues and more.
It’s not over when you qualify. Far from it. Your professional and personal growth will be top of the agenda throughout your career. At every stage you’ll be in the driving seat, steering your own progress and tapping into the training you need. Your goal? To develop the capability, mindset and networks to solve the complex challenges our clients’ continue to face.
Corporate, finance, litigation, arbitration and employment, government and regulatory, intellectual property, media, and technology, regulatory.
Type of practice
Corporate & Commercial
A4ID, Apex Charitable Trust, Aspire Foundation, Citizens Advice Bureau, Criminal Injuries Compensation scheme, Disability Law Service, Environmental Law Foundation, Fair Trials International, Free Representation Unit, LawWorks, Lawyers Without Borders, Liberty, London Legal Support Trust (LLST), PILnet (public interest law), Prince’s Trust, Prisoners’ Advice Service, ProHelp, Refugee Council, Reprieve, Save the Children, The National Pro Bono Centre, The Royal Courts of Justice Advice Bureau, Tower Hamlets Law Centre, TrustLaw Connect, UnLtd, Victim Support
Diversity access schemes
Aspiring Solicitors, Black Solicitors' Network, Bright Network, DiversCity, Pathways to Law, PRIME, Rare Recruitment, Social Mobility Foundation, Sutton Trust