National Apprenticeship Week 2020: meet our apprentices In the lead up to National Apprenticeship Week (3 -9 February 2020), we got in touch with our apprentices to find out more about their experience. [...]
Shaun discusses how his apprenticeship has enabled him to progress his career and grow in his role at his law firm.
Jamie talks about progressing from a law degree to a Chartered Legal Executive Apprenticeship in order to become a qualified lawyer. He discusses his role and the benefits of employing apprentices for employers.
Kelsey Crumpton started her career in the legal sector as a receptionist with a small high street solicitors’ firm. She is now doing a Chartered Legal Executive Apprenticeship with a niche family law practice based just outside Oxford. Kelsey explains how she has benefited from the apprenticeship route having dropped out of university after one term:
If you are looking for a career in the legal sector, don’t just restrict your search to law firms. There are plenty of public and private-sector organisations which offer legal apprenticeships.
Joe is currently completing his second apprenticeship and he describes how he has found his apprenticeships motivating. He talks about the interactions he enjoys in his role. He also has some advice for young people considering the apprenticeship route.
George Denton is currently working as a Litigation Executive with Browne Jacobson. He started with the firm as a Level 2 Legal Administration apprentice , followed that by completing a Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship in Legal Services and is now studying for his Level 6 units as part of a Chartered Legal Executive apprenticeship.