Five key things to know about a legal apprenticeship
You don’t need a university degree as you progress straight from your GCSEs or A levels to your apprenticeship.
You earn while you learn. You receive a salary while working as an apprentice, at the same time as studying.
You can apply for an apprenticeship through LawCareers.Net: there is a comprehensive and searchable jobs board of current vacancies in ‘The Law Apprenticeships Guide’ section of www.lawcareers.net.
You can work in a law firm, private company or local government as many different types of organisation employ legal apprentices.
You will qualify as a solicitor, legal executive or paralegal: various apprenticeship options enable you to become different types of lawyer.
Find out more in the rest of the guide.
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