Where can I find details of apprenticeship vacancies and how do I apply? There is more information out there about legal apprenticeships
What if I might prefer the traditional route? If you’re undecided between an apprenticeship and other routes into the legal profession, such
than ever before. Individual firms/ organisations will advertise on their own websites and elsewhere, including on LawCareers.Net (www.lawcareers. net). LCN has a regularly updated apprenticeship jobs board, so it is worth checking frequently for new vacancies, especially at the end of the school year. The site also has more general information about apprenticeships. Other valuable resources include the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (www.cilex. org.uk/study/apprenticeships) and the government’s apprenticeship website (www.gov.uk/apply-apprenticeship).
as applying for a university place, read The Beginner’s Guide to a Career in Law 2021 – the companion guide to this one. The Beginner’s Guide is your first stop for information about the university route to becoming a solicitor, barrister, legal executive or paralegal. LawCareers.Net is also a great place for information about this career path, including news, advice, features and interviews.
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