As a student ambassador, you’ll play a part in expanding The Lawyer Portal community by employing new and innovative ways to engage students! In doing so, you’ll develop a roster of new skills and tangible experience to bolster your CV.
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Garner a roster of new skills including leadership, community building, networking and marketing.
You’ll receive regular feedback throughout the year and leave in hand with a skills report.
Being an ambassador for TLP has been a great experience. The role has improved many skills that I can now talk about in applications and interviews, including organisation and marketing skills. It has allowed me to demonstrate innovation as I try to come up with new ways to promote TLP and overall, I have thoroughly enjoyed working with the TLP team.
Lucy, University of East Anglia
With your know-how and campus connections, you’ll bring awareness to the wealth of resources that The Lawyer Portal has to offer.
Student ambassadors can expect to get involved with:
Programme highlights include:
We welcome applications from undergraduate and postgraduate law and non-law students. To apply, please send your CV and a personal statement of up to 600 words to [email protected] that outlines the following:
Ambassadors represent universities across the country and we have a maximum of two ambassadors per university on the programme.
We review applications on a rolling basis and successful applicants will be notified at the end of September.
Is this a paid role?
As part of the programme, ambassadors will be acting in a voluntary capacity.
What would my responsibilities be?
You would be responsible for promoting content for both The Lawyer Portal and Bird & Bird across social media channels and attending events.
Would I be working alone?
No, TLP reserves two spots for each university. This means you’ll have another ambassador from your university who you’ll be working with.
What experience do I need?
No prior experience in a similar role is necessary! However, experience with managing and growing social media accounts would be desirable.
Do I need to be at university to apply?
Yes, the programme requires that applicants are at university or will be starting university at the beginning of the academic year.
Do I need to be a law student?
No, we welcome applications from non-law undergraduate and postgraduate students too.
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