Global legal heavyweight, Sullivan & Cromwell LLP, and Bank of America Merrill Lynch, have joined forces to offer Aspiring Solicitors members a unique insight into the legal landscape of a global law firm with a strong US, UK and European presence and a global financial institution.
This unique opportunity will be on 21st July 2015 at 12.30pm-3pm and will be hosted at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch offices in London.
There will be a panel discussion with representatives from both Sullivan & Cromwell and Bank of America Merrill Lynch, chaired by Chris White of Aspiring Solicitors, followed by a networking lunch.
Jacqueline Steven, Director and Associate General Counsel at Bank of America Merrill Lynch commented: “Bank of America Merrill Lynch is delighted to join Sullivan & Cromwell to co-host our third event with Aspiring Solicitors. We hope that the panel discussion and networking lunch will provide members with an informative and enjoyable insight into the experience of working at a global financial institution.”
Nikolaos Andronikos, a partner at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP, said “We at Sullivan & Cromwell look forward to joining Bank of America Merrill Lynch in hosting this event for Aspiring Solicitors. We welcome the opportunity to share our perspective on the City practice of a global firm with a strong presence on both sides of the Atlantic and the diverse experience it offers. We hope participating Aspiring Solicitors will find it both interesting and useful in directing their energy and enthusiasm for a career in the law.”
To be eligible to apply to attend this event, you must be:
- an Aspiring Solicitors member (to register please click here);
- a law or non-law undergraduate, postgraduate or graduate of any year;
- interested in pursuing a career with a US or UK. law firm with a London City practice;
- on track to achieve (or have achieved) a 2:1 in your degree; and
- available on 21st July between 12.30pm-3pm.
How to apply
Unfortunately, the deadline to apply to this event has now passed.
Please note that:
- reasonable travel expenses will be paid for where receipts are provided; and
- places will be offered on a rolling basis.