21 08, 2018

Maisie Franklin, Paralegal Apprentice, Contentious Construction Department, Gowling WLG

August 21st, 2018|

Maisie on choosing work experience over student debt. She explains what she enjoys most about her work and talks us through her CILEx Law School teaching experience. She also describes how easy it was to integrate with the firm and the sort of work that she is doing.

21 08, 2018

Abbie Brown, Paralegal Apprentice, Tax & Funds Department, Gowling WLG

August 21st, 2018|

Abbie talks about the benefits of combining theory and practical learning through an apprenticeship. She provides an overview of the resources CILEx Law School offers and the support her firm provides to help her succeed. She also talks about why employers should consider taking on legal apprentices.

21 08, 2018

Anil Kararra, Paralegal Apprentice, Corporate Department, Gowling WLG

August 21st, 2018|

Anil talks about the exposure to the world of work that he is getting as a legal apprentice. He describes how the firm helped him settle into his role and the support he receives from CILEx Law School. For him, apprenticeships work because there is a mutual investment from both apprentices and employers.

8 08, 2018

Zidane McFarlane, Paralegal Apprentice, Banking & Finance Department, Gowling WLG – VIDEO

August 8th, 2018|

Zidane talks about how an apprenticeship is an exciting hands-on experience. He provides an overview of the support CILEx Law School provides its apprentices. He also discusses how apprenticeships are a great opportunity for young people who aren't sure about going to university.

17 06, 2018

Apprentice in a UK top 20 law firm – Katie Wallett, Irwin Mitchell

June 17th, 2018|

I have been working as a Paralegal Apprentice for Irwin Mitchell for six months. I first thought of apprenticeships when I didn’t feel completely comfortable at the idea of going to university and was introduced to them by career advisors. I felt my sixth form really pushed students to go down the university route, so I was proactive and worked on my CV before attending careers and apprenticeship events in my local area.

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