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18 06, 2018

How my CILEx studies have helped me in my role as a senior administration manager – Linda Quinn

June 18th, 2018|

Linda Quinn has completed the CILEx Level 3 Professional Diploma in Law and Practice and is now an Associate Member of CILEx. She is working towards her Level 6 Professional Higher Diploma in Law and Practice

18 06, 2018

Completing your Level 6 Diploma alongside qualifying employment – Charlie Bretherick

June 18th, 2018|

Charlie Bretherick is currently working towards becoming a Chartered Legal Executive. She is close to completing her CILEx Level 3 Professional Diploma in Law and Practice and intends to study for the CILEx Level 6 Professional Higher Diploma in Law and Practice and complete her qualifying employment through her role within the Medical Protection Society’s claims team.

18 06, 2018

Qualifying as a Chartered Legal Executive – Alex Lawrence, Fraser Dawbarns LLP

June 18th, 2018|

Alex Lawrence is a Graduate Member of CILEx currently working at Fraser Dawbarns LLP. She will become a qualified Chartered Legal Executive on completion of her qualifying employment. She describes how her colleagues encouraged her to study with CILEx Law School – and how her studies have benefited her in her job.

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.

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