Take part in an inspiring one-day student careers conference for those considering a fulfilling career as a solicitor.

Network with representatives from a hand-picked group of some of the most well-known and highly regarded law firms in the world.

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Thinking about a career in one of the United Kingdom’s foremost law firms? Then LawCareersNetLIVE is a must-attend event, looking at the skills, attributes and techniques that are necessary to launch a career at this type of firm.

30 Nov 2018


LawCareersNetLIVE offers bright, motivated candidates the chance to get ahead by spending an intensive day of study and networking with well-known and highly regarded law firms, talking about what they do and why they do it and, of course, how to join them at the legal top table.

07 Dec 2018


LawCareersNetLIVE gives you the chance to meet some of the most dynamic and interesting firms in the UK. With panel discussions, firm-led workshops and networking sessions, don’t miss this opportunity to connect with recruiters, trainees and partners from top law firms.


Network with a hand-picked group of some of the most well-known and highly regarded law firms in not just in the UK, but the world.

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Gain insight into the career path at a variety of prestigious firms that could help you to secure a vacation scheme place or training contract in 2019.

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