COVID restricted everyone’s internship plans and like many students in second year or those on a year abroad, the thought of securing an internship seemed impossible. CPS West Midlands however offered a four day insight into the life of a prosecutor. What I expected to be a simple insight into the job turned into an … More West Midlands Crown Prosecution Service virtual internship – a valuable experience
It’s February and I’m facetiming my friend Jasmine, who is studying abroad at the University of Monash in Melbourne, Australia. She’s entered an air-conditioned mall and begins complaining to me about the sudden and excessive blasts of cold air she’s encountering. “Oh my God, it’s freezing!” I try as best I can to convey a … More My Experience Studying Abroad in Canada
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Do you have a dream role, or future job in mind? Small and large organisations alike will require you to complete online job assessments as part of their application process. These vary from ‘traditional’, though extremely common, aptitude tests to ‘modern’ styles of assessment, such as game-based assessments (now…
How I became interested in a career at the Bar Some students are lucky, in that they are able to pinpoint a particular ‘lightbulb’ moment that made them realise they wanted to become a Barrister. My decision to pursue a career at the Bar, can’t be attributed to one particular event, rather, it’s been the … More Position yourself for a career at the Bar
In June 2020 Law Careers Net said (4 Step Applications Masterclass) that a TC ‘applicant for Macfarlanes was competing with over 700 others for just 31 vacancies and someone applying to Stephenson Harwood was up against 1,300 applicants for 20 places’. More recently (April 2021) a recruiter at an international law firm said that vac … More Vacation scheme and training contract applications – tailor your approach.