Mills & Reeve, a leading law firm, is hosting an insight evening for students interested in pursuing a career in law at their Birmingham office on 4th February 2020. This event is aimed at first year law students/second year non-law students.
To apply for a place at this Insight Evening, click here.
All students are welcome to apply. Mills & Reeve is striving to ensure its firm is as diverse as the communities in which it works and address current employee under representation.
Therefore, the firm would also like to welcome applications from the following communities:
- First in their family to attend university and/or previously eligible to receive free school meals
Reasonable travel expenses will be reimbursed to attendees.
For more information, please email Billy Sexton - email@example.com or call on 0203 651 4919.
About Mills & Reeve
You will often hear us say “Achieve more. Together”, and while many law firms talk about teamwork and collaboration, it’s not just a catchphrase for us, more the cornerstone of our culture and how we work.
Of course, you want to know that we have six offices across the UK with 1,000 staff and over 500 lawyers. But, more importantly, you should know that we have been crowned Law Firm of the Year by both Legal Week and RollonFriday and we have been ranked in the Sunday Times “100 Best Companies to Work For” for the past 16 years. We consistently win accolades for our vacation scheme and training contracts.
This is because, as a trainee at Mills & Reeve, we offer something a bit different. The quality of the work you will get involved with, the contact and relationships you will build with clients and the culture of the firm you work in. And 97% of us would recommend that you work here.
We are a major UK law firm and our work spans a broad range of legal sectors and jurisdictions for a diverse range of clients: from the FTSE250 to fast-growth start-ups, from individuals to some of the world’s most established and prestigious organisations.
Our service is delivered through firm-wide core groups: corporate and commercial, employment, family, insurance disputes, private client, projects and construction, real estate and regulatory, public and commercial disputes. Core sectors are automotive, charities and social enterprise, education, energy, food and agribusiness, government, health and care, insurance, life sciences, mid-market, private wealth, real estate investment, sport, technology.