by Animan Sharma WLS Alumnus Applying for US Law Firm Training Contracts: A Marathon Not A Sprint! The selection process for White & Case’s training contract was extensive yet gratifying. In this blog post, I outline my journey, from the application stage to the four rounds of interviews. I applied for a position on the … More Applying for US Law Firm Training Contracts: A Marathon Not A Sprint!
by Evgenia Chamilou, Warwick Law Graduate (2020) My background My name is Evgenia Chamilou, I studied LLB (Bachelor of Laws) at the University of Warwick (2017-2020), and I recently completed a European Parliament Schuman traineeship, at the European Parliament Office in Cyprus. Prior to the traineeship, I completed a LLM (Master of Laws) with specialism … More What is it like to be a Trainee at the European Parliament?
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
There are opportunities out there for International Students but it can be harder because of previous visa regulations and employers not being aware of the changes: https://www.ukcisa.org.uk/Information–Advice/Working/Student-work For advice on working after studying see: https://www.ukcisa.org.uk/Information–Advice/Working/Working-after-studies Here are some tips that you can put into action that will improve your chances of landing that graduate job. … More International Students – make yourself employable
The opportunity to do an internship moves you to the front of the queue for a graduate scheme at your chosen employer, but (in addition to needing to impress while you’re with the employer) you normally have one final hurdle. The end of internship interview looms. Here are my top four tips for success.