There are various routes into becoming a lawyer – At Kingsley Napley for example, we have lawyers who have qualified through the traditional route of university followed by the LPC and a training contract, lawyers who started as paralegals as well as lawyers who started off in a different vocation before moving into law at a later stage in their careers.
There is no denying that apprenticeships in the legal sector are gaining momentum as a practical and economic journey into law and at Kingsley Napley we are excited to be one of the pioneering law firms in London to offer this as an option through the Legal Apprentice competition in conjunction with The Times.
This competition is designed to be informative, team led and fun – and the entrants from the winning team will be invited to interview for the spot of our first ever legal apprenticeship. We encourage all current year 12 students interested in learning more about the role of a solicitor to take part in what we consider to be a wonderful opportunity.
If you are interested in the competition please try out our teaser task.
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