Five key things to know about a legal apprenticeship
You don’t need a university degree: 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 via LawCareers.Net: we have a comprehensive and searchable jobs board in ‘The Law Apprenticeships Guide’ section of www.lawcareers.net.
You can work in a law firm, private company or local government: many different types of organisation take on legal apprentices.
You will qualify as a legal executive, paralegal or solicitor: having completed the necessary requirements in terms of study and work, you will qualify as one of the above.
Learn more about all of the above in the rest of the guide.www.lawcareers.net
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