First Year Law/Penultimate year non-law (as of September 2020)

Dates
October to November 2020
Location
Virtual conference

Event details

This series of Virtual Diversity Law Fairs are your opportunity to begin to build your knowledge of opportunities in law and what firms are looking for in their future trainees.

Speak to lawyers, graduate recruitment teams, in-house legal teams and trainees to find out what they’re enjoying about their careers.

Complete the form below asap to give yourself the best chance of securing a place.

If you’re successful, you can look forward to:

  • A coaching session ahead of the fair to know how to prepare
  • Choosing the firms you’d like to speak to
  • Speaking to firms in small groups
  • The chance to apply for mentoring and work experience opportunities

Apply now

  • Which of the following, best describes your A-Level grades (or equivalent)?
  • Are you on track to secure or have you secured at least a 2:1 undergraduate degree classification in law/non-law?
  • In relation to your A-level (or equivalent) and undergraduate grades, are there any serious mitigating circumstances you'd like us to be aware of when considering you for this opportunity? If no, please state "NA"
  • All Aspiring Solicitors events are open to candidates who are either (i) Black Asian or Minority Ethnic AND/OR (ii) from low socio-economic groups (i.e. from a low income family, had free school meals, first generation of their family to go to uni and/or went to a state school comprehensive school AND/OR (iii) LGBT+ AND/OR (iv) have a disability of a long term health condition. Which diversity strand(s) applies/apply to you.
  • By completing this form, you acknowledge that the information you have provided, including any personal data, will be used by Aspiring Solicitors for the purposes of considering your eligibility for AS Events. Aspiring Solicitors will have access to the special category data that you have chosen to provide when applying for the above opportunities provided you consent below. This may include data relating to your gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, social mobility and any health information you voluntarily provide. For further information on how your personal information will be used, please review our privacy notice.
  • Your contact details may be shared with law firms participating in the virtual diversity law fair who would like to make you aware of further opportunities available to you. Please confirm that you are happy for Aspiring Solicitors to share your contact details with participating law firms.