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Having sold thousands of tickets to our TLP Aspire nationwide events, The Lawyer Portal now brings you one of our biggest conferences yet: the Law Apprenticeship Conference sponsored by Charles Russell Speechlys, Ashurst and BPP Law School.

TLP is officially partnered with The Law Society, The Bar Council and CILEx, TLP works with some of the biggest law firms across the world, including Herbert Smith FreehillsDentons, Hogan Lovells and more.

Our next conference, delivered by lawyers and legal educators from top institutions, will give you the expertise to secure an apprenticeship, from making your application right through to your first day in the office – and it’s completely FREE!

Why not also take a look at our  free event for school/college-age aspiring lawyers? TLP Aspire is the unmissable, nationwide series of free events, detailing what a career in law really means.


Why Should I Attend?


Why Law Apprenticeships?

Law Apprenticeship Conference

With over 500,000 apprenticeships now open to GCSE and A-level students in the UK, and the government’s plan for 2.5 million more by 2020, apprenticeships are the incredible new way to begin your legal career.

From becoming a solicitor at an international law firm such as Dentons, to working in-house at huge companies including ITV, Coca Cola and Marks & Spencer, there has never been a more exciting time to explore these legal opportunities.

Last year, former Lord Chancellor Liz Truss’ suggested that the introduction of 3 million apprenticeships “brings a big opportunity for some of our large legal services firms”, meaning more prominent companies will be putting forward their own apprenticeship offerings.

With more in the pipeline, now is the time to take advantage of The Lawyer Portal’s extensive knowledge and experience through the Law Apprenticeship Conference.


Law Apprenticeship Conference: What Do Other People Say?

Our last Law Apprenticeship Conference in scored an average of 4.3 out of 5 stars when asked how they’d rate today’s event, and 96% of attendees would recommend it to a friend! Other comments included:

“Myself and my parents travelled up from Brighton not knowing what to expect from the day, however I can honestly say it was one of the best (if not the best) event I have been to regarding my career paths. My parents thoroughly enjoyed it too, as they were able to understand what a solicitor apprenticeship is and all the rest that comes with it!” – Yasmin, Conference attendee

“The best event I’ve ever been to regarding law and the different routes in. I can’t put into words how helpful all of the speakers and all of the workshops were extremely valuable. Thank you so much!” – Conference attendee

“It was very helpful being able to speak to people from firms that I have applied to” – Conference attendee

“Thank you to The Lawyer Portal for today’s Law Apprenticeship Conference. I learnt so much and gained a deeper insight into how to achieve my goal… to become a lawyer.” – Prabhjot, Conference attendee (over Twitter)

“Superb, very informative so glad we came, thank you!” – Conference attendee

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Law Apprenticeship Conference 2020: Dates & Venues

Location: TBC

Venue:TBC

Date: 16th January 2021

Time: TBC

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Previously sponsored by:

charles russell speechlys apprenticeship

Ashurst

BPP Law School

To book, just click the link below, select the location and the event date and then enter your name and quantity of tickets.

For venues, visit our Conferences: Dates, Venues & Times page.


Law Apprenticeship Conference: Schools and Group Bookings

There is a huge demand for our Law Apprenticeship Conference from schools, so if you would like to book for a group greater than 3, please use our group booking form. Just select the Law Apprenticeship Conference from the drop down from the calendar and enter your details to book!

Make a group booking through here.


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