Law Apprenticeships Guide
|Introduction To Law Apprenticeships|
Are you really attracted to the idea of legal jobs and careers but do not want to go to university to study Law? Whether for financial reasons - or purely because you just don’t want to go - lots of young people who want a career in law are now rightfully considering alternative options to university.
Because they offer structured, on the job training, qualifications - and a decent wage, too - Law apprenticeships are now seen as a very credible and viable option. Previously, a career in Law was reserved for those who went to university to do a Law degree before beginning their climb up the career ladder. Now, however, Legal Apprenticeships are a very real alternative.
This is an exciting time to apply for Law Apprenticeships as the government and legal institutes have been working closely together over recent years to develop meaningful pathways where you can develop your Law career in the way you want to by way of Legal Apprenticeships at various levels.
Eversheds knows how to develop talent. our apprenticeship programme is designed to help you develop skills for life in the workplace. Trailblazer level seven solicitor apprenticeships represent a revolution in legal training, giving you the chance to become a qualified solicitor without incurring the costs associated with going into full-time education and law school.
15 - 30 months
If you are a young person with good GCSEs or A Levels, our new legal apprenticeship scheme offers a great alternative to studying law at university. As a legal apprentice, you support the firm’s solicitors and barristers and follow their guidance whilst yourself training to qualify as a lawyer.
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