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6 08, 2018

‘Delivering excellent client care is paramount’ – George Denton

August 6th, 2018|

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.

17 06, 2018

A day in the life of an apprentice – Zachary Coleman, Bradley Saul Solicitors

June 17th, 2018|

I come from a very much performance and creative arts background rather than an academic one. I was always confident academically in school, but just found more of a passion for performing and creating. It’s difficult to know what you want to base your future around at that age, especially when academically the skills school currently teaches are rather general, and if you’re not interested in mathematics or science it’s hard to see an appeal to the academic world.

17 06, 2018

A day in the life of an apprentice – Sheena Begum, Rayden Solicitors

June 17th, 2018|

During my GCSEs it seemed everyone had decided exactly what they wanted to do once they left school. It was the usual “I’m going to do A-Levels/College then onto University”. I knew university wasn’t for me so I decided to complete my further education at college and then get a job.

17 06, 2018

A day in the life of an apprentice – Holly O’Farrell, Clyde & Co

June 17th, 2018|

I was a good student at school and, as per teacher recommendations; I went to university to study History and English Literature with a view to then taking the GDL. I found out quickly that it wasn't for me. I worked in retail for a few years unsure about my next steps before discovering the apprenticeship route.

17 06, 2018

A day in the life of an apprentice – Abbi Lavill, Gowling WLG

June 17th, 2018|

My secondary school and sixth form was a grammar school so it was quite an academic environment that prided itself on its students securing places at Russell Group universities. It wasn't really surprising that university was considered the 'next step' and that was really the only option given to us.

17 06, 2018

Nick Read – Legal apprenticeships: earn and learn your way to becoming a lawyer

June 17th, 2018|

Legal apprenticeships are on the rise. Since the inception of the formal legal apprenticeship just a few years ago, each year more and more A-level leavers are applying for - and accepting places at - firms offering the scheme. However, despite this growth, there are still a great number of students who remain unaware of what this alternate route into a legal career has to offer them.

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