Law Fairs are busy so take the time to research. Think about who you want to talk to and why, and don’t forget the LPC providers. A Law Fair is busy and if you haven’t looked at who is attending it can be tempting to pick up many brochures and leave without having spoken to […]
The Annual Dinner is booked for 6 February 2009 at Cathedral Lodge in Canterbury Cathedral grounds. Look out for news on how to book your place on our Dinner Page. Professionals that would like to come should contact the President.
The Committee for 2008-2009 have been elected and are here to serve! Find out more about us on our Committee page and meet us on Tuesday 30 September at 19.00 in KLT5. Afterwards we’re taking you all out for a free beer and burger in town!
The Legal Practice Course (LPC) is the stage of vocational training for those intending to qualify as solicitors. It is usually taken after completing a qualifying Law degree or the Common Professional Examination (CPE). The Solicitors Regulation Authority’s website has highly comprehensive information regarding LPCs and all the providers, which can be found at: www.sra.org.uk/students/lpc.page. […]
Understanding Commercial Awareness Herbert Smith have an excellent article on their website which explains exactly what commercial awareness is, how to demonstrate it, and how to improve it. They also give examples of how commercial awareness is tested throughout their application process, although the examples they give are probably true to most law firms. Herbert […]
The Kent Careers Service offer a detailed timeline, which gives direction to First, Second and Third year students. A basic timeline for the whole of a law degree is available on the Law Careers website. For more useful planning advice, have a look on www.prospects.ac.uk. Application Timeline The links below provide a useful summary of […]
Vacation Placement Vacation Placements are offered by all the larger City firms. These consist of normally two to four weeks of working and tutoring within the firm. The majority of placements are paid, and you can earn anything from £250 – £400 per week. This gives you a chance to experience different practice areas as […]