Cambridge SQE Training Programme – Healthcare
Our programme will prepare you for the Solicitors Qualifying Exam (SQE), the new route to qualification that is coming into effect from Autumn 2021. The new SQE training programme will take the form of a Graduate Solicitor Apprenticeship and allows you to start working and earning at Kennedys immediately after university, while gaining qualifying legal work experience in one of our teams before sitting the SQE1 and SQE2 exams to qualify as a solicitor. You will also be awarded a Postgraduate Certificate from BPP.
The two year six-month training programme will involve working at Kennedys four days a week and having one day off a week to study at BBP. In addition to a dedicated supervisor at Kennedys, you will have a tutor and skills coach at BPP, to ensure that you have all the support you need at work and with your studies.
Our Healthcare team advise the NHS Resolution, NHS Trusts and medical malpractice insurers of private hospitals, clinics and practitioners on EL/PL and clinical negligence claims. The team advise on medical insurance coverage, health law advice, and regulatory matters and represent clients at inquests and judicial reviews. The team have a presence across our London, Cambridge, Birmingham and some of our global offices.
This is a great opportunity for candidates who have an interest in this area to join a highly reputable Division, ranked in the top tier for Defendant Clinical Negligence in both Chambers and Legal 500.
Find out more about our Healthcare team here: https://www.kennedyslaw.com/our-expertise/sectors/healthcare/
- Medical malpractice insurers and their insured Hospitals and healthcare providers
- NHS Healthcare clients
- Insured healthcare practitioners
- Non-insured Independent hospital groups and practitioners
To be considered for the SQE training programme in the UK, candidates must have completed an undergraduate degree in any subject. We ask our future trainees to complete the Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) and the Post Graduate Diploma in Law (PGDL).
Closing date: 31 December 2020