With the recent introduction of the exciting new 'Trailblazer' Law Apprenticeships and the Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) on the horizon, there has never been a better time to brush up on your knowledge of new and exciting pathways to law. This conference has been carefully structured to provide you with the most up-to-date advice on law careers.
"The Teacher Conference covered a wide range of relevant points, including a full exploration of the different career paths available to students interested in Law, hints and tips on personal statements and references and the LNAT (we particularly enjoyed the heated debate on our practice questions!) Rachel's delivery of every aspect was excellent, leaving us sufficient time for discussion, and her knowledge on all aspects of this field meant that our many questions were answered fully. Thank you for an excellent conference!"
Teacher, Badminton School
Here’s how the conference will prepare you to advise your aspiring lawyers:
Learn about the recent updates to legal training
Find out about innovative apprenticeship routes
Get an overview of undergraduate vs law conversion
Our popular Teacher Conference will cover the different types of legal careers available and the differences between them. As well as the more popular solicitor and barrister routes, you’ll learn about alternative legal roles, like paralegals and chartered legal executives.
An increasing number of firms are hiring legal apprentices. But many students are still a little unsure how they work and what the application process is like. There’s also the introduction of the SQE this year, which hugely impacts the way solicitors will have to train in the future. Find out about everything your students should know.
You’ll get insights on legal work experience your students can get now and in the future. You’ll learn about different options including court visits, law firm open days, vacation schemes and mini pupillages.
Will there be an in-person event?
This year, our conference will take place online to ensure the safety of our participants.
Who should attend?
Any educational professional who provides guidance to students interested in law is encouraged to attend.
What happens when I book?
You’ll receive a confirmation and then you’ll be sent the link to join the conference 48 hours before the event.
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