Browne Jacobsen to launch new apprenticeship scheme
- 25th July 2012
Legal apprenticeships are increasing in popularity as yet another law firm opens an apprenticeship scheme.
Joining the likes of Co-operative Legal Services, Irwin Mitchell and Kennedys, Nottingham-based Browne Jacobsen have announced that it will recruit up to six new apprentices from Nottinghamshire.
These lucky apprentices will combine studying for qualifications from the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx) with working for the firm full-time.
Partner Sue Mabbott said, “We firmly believe that this new apprenticeship pathway, with its opportunity of immediate work and the chance to study towards a credible qualification without racking up a mountain of debt, will prove an attractive proposition to many young people.”