FAQs

Should you have any questions that are not answered here, please feel free to contact our Trainee Recruitment Team.

The summer work experience scheme is restricted to those in the penultimate year of their undergraduate degree. We would encourage you to consider the Christmas workshops, which are aimed at final year non-law graduates and non-law students.

Yes, all applications are welcome. However, if you do not hold a British or EU passport, the offer is conditional on your having permission to enter or remain in the UK as a student or visitor.

No - the Easter scheme is restricted to penultimate year students. We believe that final year students should concentrate on preparing for their examinations.

If you are spending your third year abroad, you can apply for the summer work experience scheme in your second year. You can apply in your third year if you prefer - we will organise telephone interviews for those on their year abroad.

A lengthy covering letter is unnecessary. Your letter should include details of the scheme/event you are applying for and anything else you consider relevant, eg an explanation of any gaps in your CV or extenuating circumstances relating to examination results. The letter should not be more than one page.

Preferably not. If you are available to attend either an Easter or a summer scheme you should only apply for one but mention your availability for the other in your covering letter.