One day CityLawLIV​E student conference is open for applicatio​ns

This one day Conference is open to  first or second-year law undergraduate or  those in the early stages of converting to law (or thinking about it). Applications from law graduates and LPC students/grads will also be considered. Applicants should have a good academic record: a 2.1 or better (if you have already taken your degree). Otherwise a minimum of two As at A level and good grades so far on your degree. Applicants will be  be advised by email if they have been accepted for a place at the event.

Thinking about a career in a City law firm? Kick start your vacation scheme or training contract search with a full day of advice and insight from partners and recruiters at top firms.

The CityLawLIVE careers conference is for talented students who are considering a career in City law. The next conference will take place on 12 December 2014 to maximise the benefit to students intending to apply for 2015 vacation schemes. The conference will focus on the practical aspects of City law careers from the application stage and throughout the career path. The event will gather together some of the City’s most enthusiastic legal graduate recruitment partners and law firm managers, who will share their experience and knowledge with the next generation of City lawyers.

The event will feature:

  • live and virtual networking prior to and at the event;
  • crowd-sourced questions for discussion panels, both from the audience and via social media;
  • student participation in law firm-led workshops.

“The CityLawLIVE conference is a valuable lesson in what a City lawyer’s career entails. Delegates have the chance to broaden their horizons, make professional contacts and prepare for their future careers during a productive day at a great venue.”

Sofia Parunova, law student, CityLawLIVE delegate December 2012

The conference will take place on Friday 12 December 2014.

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