Ok, attending a law fair might not make or break your career, but they are excellent opportunities to find out more about prospective legal employers and start preparing for your internship and traineeship applications.
Law fairs are an excellent opportunity for you to meet recruiters and trainees and to ask the questions that the websites and brochures don’t answer, so that you are more informed about firms before making your training contract applications....
We’re going to quash this once and for all: law fairs aren’t just a chance to bag an armful of freebies. We’ve seen countless students go delirious on free stuff, stoked that they managed to nab themselves a pen emblazoned with a law firm...
When it comes to preparing for a law fair, we’re not talking a laborious all-nighter sewing extra pockets onto your jacket in a vain attempt to stash as many freebies as is humanly possible. No, leave your flair for customising and Supermarket...
Law fairs are the perfect place for students to network, take a look at postgraduate opportunities and meet both large and small firms, as well as barristers’ chambers. When should I start thinking about law fairs? I would recommend going to...
Aspiring lawyers should definitely be attending law fairs throughout their university life. If you’re unsure on what law firms are, they’re basically held at universities every year and offer you face-to-face time with graduate recruiters and the...
The law fairs of 2015 are upon us! You know what they say, “‘Tis the season to be networking”… Anyway, now that you’ve prepared for law fairs by reading our top tips, you may be wondering when your university is even hosting a law fair?! Not to...
Law fair season may be approaching, and that means work on the old law CV is becoming more and more frequent. As you put together the final pieces to your master plan, such as which law firm stands you’ll visit to chat about vacation scheme or
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