We thrilled to be able to offer one student from the winning team of The Legal Apprentice Competition the chance to become Kingsley Napley’s first ever Legal Apprentice.
Apprenticeships across many industries have become an increasingly attractive route for students wanting to become qualified in a particular profession – and law is no exception.
An apprenticeship provides the opportunity to gain a professional legal qualification while working in paid employment – it provides an appealing alternative to completing a law degree and incurring the associated fees.
Kingsley Napley is thrilled to offer its first apprenticeship to one student from the winning team of The Legal Apprentice Competition.
A solicitor apprenticeship is a six to seven year programme for post-A level students leading to qualification as a solicitor (with a shorter period of study for graduates or apprentices progressing from the legal apprenticeships). The solicitor apprenticeship includes all of the main content in a law degree and the LPC, enabling apprentices to gain a law degree. Students also complete the SRA’s new centralised assessment. Upon completing the apprenticeship and passing the SRA’s character and suitability tests, an apprentice qualifies as a solicitor without the need for a two-year training contract.
If you are interested in the competition please try out our teaser task.
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