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12 06, 2018

Key client case study – Kennedys

June 12th, 2018|

Kennedys is an international law firm with specialist expertise in litigation/dispute resolution and advisory services, servicing the insurance, corporate and public sectors. It has been a key employer in the development and introduction of legal apprenticeships since the first scheme became available for the legal services sector in 2012, and now employs over twenty young people on these schemes.

12 06, 2018

Boutique private client law firm The Burnside Partnership

June 12th, 2018|

The Burnside Partnership decided to hire a legal apprentice very early on, even before they had actually set up. They needed a full time employee to work alongside their solicitors and legal secretaries, and they thought that an apprentice would be ideal because they wanted someone who was really enthusiastic, flexible and ambitious. They were confident that as a small team, they could provide a lot of support and encouragement as well as a varied workload.

12 06, 2018

North East Solicitor Apprenticeships (NESA)

June 12th, 2018|

A group of law firms in the North East of England has led the way in developing a collaborative approach to employing solicitor apprentices. Bond Dickinson, McDaniel & Co. Solicitors, Muckle LLP, QualitySolicitors Smith Roddam and Sintons Law have created the North East Solicitor Apprenticeships initiative. Ten apprentices started work at their firms in September 2017.

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