Dundee Legal Recruitment Fair

Monday 17th September 2018

11:00 – 14:30

Bonar Hall, University of Dundee


Organisations:  please email the Employer Team for booking information.


The 2018 UoD Legal Recruitment Fair will take place on Monday 17th September 2018, 11:00-14:30 in the Bonar Hall, Park Place, Dundee. 

The Fair will be open to students and graduates of any discipline, and will be a first class opportunity to meet law firms and training providers and find out all about their training contracts, summer vacation schemes and law degrees.

Further information to follow!


List of Firms/Organisations who attended the 2017 Fair: 

Our dynamic & innovative approach sets us apart from other law firms. Trainees can look forward to headline-making work. Addleshaw Goddard is committed to delivering outstanding value and to doing all it can to help clients succeed in their ambitions, in the UK and globally.

By understanding what really matters to clients, spending time in their markets and finding new and better ways to deliver and price its services, clients report time and again that our investment in them, allied with first­ rate technical expertise, sets us apart.

We offer a full range of commercial legal services from our offices in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, London, Leeds, Manchester, Doha, Dubai, Hong Kong, Muscat and Singapore, and through a world-wide network of strong relationships with chosen firms in North America, Europe and other key and emerging jurisdictions.

Our client portfolio is testament to our strength and range of expertise, and includes financial institutions, public sector bodies, successful businesses and private individuals.

So what does all this mean for you? You can look forward to headline­ making work with the best clients, early responsibility and a competitive rewards package. We're widely recognised as a great place to work and we want it to stay that way.

Website:  www.addleshawgoddard.com

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What will you be offering? Summer Placement 2018 and Traineeship 2020.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Interested in expanding your legal career options globally? If you are studying law you may be eligible to sit for a U.S. Bar Exam and become a U.S. attorney. BARBRI enables you to qualify as a US Attorney providing the only International Bar Review programme tailored to the needs of non-US law graduates and lawyers. You can study our innovative Home Study online course or in a classroom based in the UK, Ireland or Dubai. 

Website:  www.barbri-international.com/

What will you be offering?  BARBRI enables you to qualify as a US Attorney providing the only International Bar Review programme tailored to the needs of non-US law graduates and lawyers. You can study our innovative Home Study online course or in a classroom based in the UK, Ireland or Dubai.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Will you be giving a presentation:  Yes

Blackadders is the law firm that works as a team to provide first class, trusted advice to individuals and businesses in Scotland and further afield from its offices in Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Perth.

Website:  www.blackadders.co.uk

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What will you be offering?  An awareness to our Traineeships within Blackadders.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Brodies is the Scottish headquartered law firm offering clients the largest specialist legal resource in Scotland, delivering services of the highest quality to Scottish, UK and global organisations.

With offices in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Brussels, we offer legal advice to private and public sector clients in core areas such as mergers & acquisitions, business disputes, commercial property, banking & financial services, employment, pensions & benefits and trust & tax.

Our clients include big companies, small and medium enterprises, entrepreneurs, business people and individuals from all backgrounds who are active in almost every sector of the Scottish economy. They come to us for different reasons but invariably stay with us for the same ones – relationships built on trust and galvanised by the quality of our legal advice, commercial know-how and shared appetite for success.

Website:  www.brodies.com/

What will you be offering?  Summer placements and traineeships.

Will you be collecting CVs?  Yes.

Burness Paull is one of the largest commercial law firms advising clients doing business in Scotland and from Scotland. The firm sets itself apart in two ways. We have offices of equal size and strength in the three main Scottish business cities - Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow and our teams are deeply resourced in every sector that is important to the Scottish economy- oil & gas, financial services, banks, private equity, property & infrastructure, public sector and food & drink.

Our trainees have the opportunity to experience the diverse nature of business, working in different departments, different offices and with different divisions. Ultimately, working as a trainee with Burness Paull will be a very ‘different’ experience. And we think that’s a good thing. 

Website:  www.burnesspaullgraduates.com/

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What will you be offering?  Summer placements, traineeships and Spring Insight days. 

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

The City Law School is one of London’s major law school’s providing legal training from undergraduate, postgraduate and professional levels, suitable for anyone interested in following a career in law. In addition, the School also offers a wide range of tailored CPD courses for qualified lawyers and those in associated professions. Taught across two sites, Northampton Square and Gray’s Inn Place, The City Law School was the first law school in London to educate students and practitioners at all stages of legal education.

In September 2016, the university officially became a member college of the University of London, and the university is now known as City, University of London. This will help deliver a range of opportunities and benefits to all our students.


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What will you be offering?  

  • Postgraduate Law programmes:
  • Graduate Diploma in Law
  • Bar Professional Training Course
  • Legal Practice Course
  • Master of Laws (LLMs)

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

With 71 offices in over 40 countries, CMS is a global elite law firm. In 2017, CMS UK, Nabarro LLP and Olswang LLP combined in what was the largest ever merger in the UK legal industry. The new combined firm, CMS, is now the 6th largest in the UK by revenue and the 6th largest globally by headcount.

CMS is a new kind of future-facing law firm. By combining top quality sector expertise with international scale and a strategy to become a progressive technology-driven firm, CMS delivers excellence for its clients and is committed to ensuring all employees achieve their full potential.

Across its six core sectors of Energy, Financial Services, Infrastructure and Project Finance, Lifesciences and Healthcare, Real Estate and Technology, Media and Communications, CMS has some of the brightest and most creative legal minds. Its lawyers are immersed in the clients’ worlds, are genuine experts in their fields and knowledgeable about the issues that lies ahead.

The firm is modern and ambitious: employing more than 5,000 fee earners worldwide it creates strong relationships with clients and staff, meaning it is looking for lawyers with excellent personal skills as well as being technically strong. In return, CMS offers world-class training and development opportunities.

Website:  http://graduates.cms-cmck.com/

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What will you be offering?  We have a range of graduate opportunities which are open to law students.  Eligibility for our graduate opportunities will vary depending on your year of study; therefore, please visit our website for further details.  Our First Steps Scheme is open to 2nd year law students. And our Academy (Vacation Scheme) is open to 3rd year law students and above.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

In July 2017, Dentons announced that it is to combine with leading Scottish firm Maclay Murray & Spens.  The combination is expected to complete later in 2017. 

Dentons is the world's largest law firm, delivering quality and value to clients around the globe. Dentons is a leader on the Acritas Global Elite Brand Index, a BTI Client Service 30 Award winner and recognized by prominent business and legal publications for its innovations in client service, including founding Nextlaw Labs and the Nextlaw Global Referral Network. Dentons' polycentric approach and world-class talent challenge the status quo to advance client interests in the communities in which we live and work.  

Website:  www.dentons.com

What will you be offering?  As part of Dentons, you’ll be given all the responsibility you can handle. You’ll learn on the job by running parts of real cases, meeting with real clients and taking your place in the fast-paced and increasingly global world of business. After all, it’s this type of experience that makes great lawyers and prepares you for the daily pressures of your professional career. At Dentons you’ll get it almost from day one.

If commercial law is your ambition, beginning your career with us will give you the fulfilment you’re looking for. You'll be welcomed into a team internationally renowned for its expertise. We’ll help you develop your skills and knowledge in an open and supportive environment. 

There's no typical trainee solicitor at Dentons. The expertise within our firm is as diverse as the needs of our global clients – and we want to keep it that way. We look for people with a wide range of skills, aptitudes and personalities, with the potential to contribute to our growing success.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Dickson Minto specialises in all areas of corporate and commercial property law through its offices in Edinburgh and London.  Further details can be found on our website.


What will you be offering?  Dickson Minto have traineeships available in both corporate and commercial property starting in 2019.  In addition the firm employs 3rd year law students for summer placements each year for a period of 3 weeks.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Digby Brown is Scotland's largest personal injury practice. From our seven offices in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee, Kirkcaldy, Inverness, Aberdeen and Ayr, we cover the length and breadth of the country. Digby Brown is ranked Band 1 for Personal Injury in Scotland by Chambers Guide to the UK Legal Profession and Legal 500. Each year we use our experience and expertise to recover millions of pounds in compensation. Digby Brown has been at the forefront in providing access to justice for accident victims by pioneering 'no win, no fee' arrangements and by introducing legal expenses insurance and outlays funding schemes. In addition, the firm believes they are unique in Scotland by using specialist departments to cover the range of types of accidents, types of injury and location of accident, to offer our clients the very best possible resources to bolster their case.

Website:  www.digbybrown.co.uk/

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What will you be offering?  Traineeships for 2019 and Summer Placements for 2018.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

DILS is a student led society made up of current and former Dundee University students, faculty members as well as scholars and friends from across the wider legal and academic community.  We organise regular seminars, colloquia, debates, roundtables and presentations on a wide range of international law problems and prospects and serve as an informal society for analysis of international law questions both great and small.  Practitioners, academics and students are invited to attend, to participate and to present papers or lead discussions.

Website:  https://dilsblog.wordpress.com/

Dundee Law School was ranked 1st in the UK for teaching in the National Student Survey 2017. This is in addition to being 1st in Scotland and 6th in the UK in the Guardian University Guide 2018 and 1st in Scotland and 10th in the UK in the Times/Sunday Times Good University Guide 2017.

Dundee was the first law school in the UK to offer two fully qualifying law degrees for the legal profession either in Scotland or in England and Wales, and Northern Ireland. We also offer a dual qualifying degree in both Scots and English Law, giving our graduates a significant competitive advantage in the marketplace.

At Dundee you may choose to study one of our many specialist LLM programmes, or you can design your own. If you design your own programme you can chose from the full range of modules on offer at the School. We offer an inter-disciplinary LLM in International Law and Security as well as a joint LLM with the University of Cergy-Pontoise and the University of Toulouse.

Website:  www.dundee.ac.uk/law/

Will you be giving a presentation:  Yes.

Free legal community resource.  Our mission is to address unmet legal need providing legal advice and representation to clients regarding

  • rent arrears / eviction / court representation
  • mortgage repossession and housing / homelessness
  • landlord and tentant issues
  • benefit advice / tribunal representation
  • debit advice

What will you be offering?  Work experience and possible legal traineeships.

Will you be collecting CVs?  Yes.

Ran by University of Dundee’s students, the Dundee Student Law Review was originally established to showcase the work done by University of Dundee law students. Accepting both national and international pieces, we actively campaign for Dundee law students to submit their high standard works, often from past assessments or even brand new pieces, written specifically for publishing in the review.

With a peer-review system provided largely by University of Dundee staff, and sponsoring and prizes issued by Anderson Strathern and SCOLAG, we offer students an opportunity to be published in a high-quality student-ran journal with the potential to win prizes which could contribute hugely to their careers, such as work placements and publishing in larger journals.

Additionally the Dundee Student Law Review also offers students the opportunity to join the Editorial Board, whereby they are responsible for the editing of pieces submitted to the journal and allows the issuing of feedback in an unmatched peer-to-peer experience, giving the editor an unique experience which can be exceptional for their CVs and can allow them to be part of one of the University’s most academic and satisfying experiences.

Website:  www.dundee.ac.uk/law/opportunities/dundeestudentlawreview/

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What will you be offering: we shall be offering students an opportunity to get more information about the journal and the opportunities we provide, in both submitting works to the journal and being able to apply for the Editorial Board for the upcoming academic year, as well as giving a space to ask any questions you may have about the Dundee Student Law Review.

Will you be collecting CVs:  No.

Dundee University Law Society is one of the largest and most active societies on campus.

We are a society run by students, for students, and our aim is to optimise the experience for University of Dundee Law students. 

We run various projects throughout the year, ranging from careers events, social and fundraising events.

Specifically, out careers events focus on preparing students for life after the LLB, from what options are available to them, to interview skills and application advice. We are lucky to receive support from firms and organisations to bring our members the best events possible. Specifically, this year, we aim to bring our members events regarding careers out with the law, for those who wish to explore the opportunities available with a law degree in hand.

Our social and fundraising events aim to bring together the Law students with a range of events such as our Burns Supper, and Annual Law Ball.

Furthermore, we aim to incorporate an element of fundraising into any event we can, for our chosen charity of CLIC Sargent. This year, we aim to climb Ben Nevis, with the past and present committee, to raise funds for this charity.

Website:  www.duls.co.uk

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What will you be offering?  At the recruitment fair we shall be offering students a chance to sign up for membership to the society, ask questions regarding membership and the society, and general advice to incoming law students.

Furthermore, we shall be offering more information regarding our upcoming social and academic events. 

Mooting is a legal debate in a courtoom setting.  It is the closest experience that a student can have whilst at University to being in a court, while building confidence in public speaking, research and presentation skills.  The Mooting Society runs workshops in these skills and offers the chance to compete in internal competitions and UK-wide competitions.

Email:  law-mooting@dundee.ac.uk

Social Media:  Facebook

What will you be offering?  The opportunity to get more information on the Society and the opportunities we provide, ask questions you may have and to sign up to the Society.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

In order to be outstanding, you must always be different and DWF knows that better than most. We were named ‘Legal Innovator of the Year’ at the 2015 Legal Business Awards in recognition of our innovative approach to operational management, client service delivery and people engagement and were also voted one of Europe’s 50 most innovative law firms by the Financial Times.

After an impressive number of mergers and acquisitions, DWF is one of the UK’s top 20 law firms and employs nearly 2,500 people, including 270 partners and 1200 fee earners. The firm has offices across the UK and recently expanded internationally, now having offices in France, Germany, Brussels and Dubai. 

Website:  www.dwf.law/

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What will you be offering?  We will be advertising for our Training Contracts, Open Days and Summer Vacation Scheme programmes. 

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

The Faculty of Advocates is an independent body of lawyers who have been admitted to practise as Advocates before the Courts of Scotland.  It is self-regulating, and the Court delegates to the Faculty the task of preparing Intrants for admission as Advocates.  There are over 450 advocates presently in practice at the Bar. Further information, including how to become an advocate, is available on our website.

Website:  www.advocates.org.uk

What will you be offering?  Students can ask for more information or advice about the process of becoming an advocate, and about what a career as an advocate is like.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Regulatory Body for the profession.

Website:  www.lawscot.org.uk/

What will you be offering?  Advising on the route to qualification qualifying as a solicitor in Scotland. Information on opportunities involvement.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

MacRoberts occupies a position of leadership and prestige in the Scottish legal sector and beyond. This position has been maintained through the delivery of high-quality, innovative and practical solutions for clients, by a firm with an impressive ability to adapt to the contemporary commercial landscape.

We are more than just lawyers, we are industry experts with unrivalled commitment to the sectors in which our clients operate. Keeping up-to-date with relevant law, industry challenges, and technological advancement is not just part of the job – it is a reflection of our enthusiasm. This dedication has allowed our firm to thrive, winning the favour of some of Scotland’s largest organisations and projects throughout the years.

Website:  www.macroberts.com

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What will you be offering?   We are looking to attract high-calibre Trainees to join our firm who will contribute to the success of our business. Our closing date for receiving applications for 2019 is noon on Monday 9 October 2017.  Further details and application form can be found on our website.

We are also interested in meeting students with a keen interest in corporate and commercial law who will be available to commence a traineeship in 2020 and are looking for a summer placement in 2018.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Pinsent Masons is a full-service commercial law firm. We respond to the pressures and opportunities facing global businesses with innovative solutions.

We advise clients with global operations and recognise that giving a first class legal service goes beyond purely legal guidance. A solid understanding of local cultural and commercial issues and an innovative approach underpins all of our advice. We understand the key political, economic, commercial and regulatory issues, helping to minimise risk and maximise opportunities .

We have particular expertise in five key global sectors;Advanced Manufacturing & Technology, Energy, Financial Services, nfrastructure & Real Estate.

Website:  www.pinsentmasons.com/graduate

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What will you be offering?  A training contract at Pinsent Masons represents the first stage of a focussed development programme that will enable you to reach your full potential. You will rotate around four six-month seats where you will have a dedicated supervisor and mentor and an unrivalled training programme.

We also offer a Vacation Placement which provides a real insight into the day to day life of our lawyers and trainees and includes a structured programme of work based learning, skills training and presentations, working alongside trainees and solicitors on real client matters.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

The SYLA is a non profit-making organisation that exists to represent, educate and entertain young Scottish lawyers and has been doing so since 1974. "Young lawyers" means LLB students, Diploma students, trainees and qualified lawyers up to 10 years qualified. We also hold a whole range of CPD events each year to keep our members educated on legal developments and on management skills. We believe that young lawyers work hard so they should play hard too so we organise a variety of social events to entertain our members. We also are keen to be a voice for young solicitors in Scotland, and represent their views.

Website:  www.syla.co.uk/

Shepherd and Wedderburn is a leading UK law firm. From offices in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and the City of London, the firm delivers comprehensive multi-jurisdictional legal advice across every business sector as well as offering the full range of private client and wealth management services.

Regarded by many as the go-to firm for specialist advice in real estate; energy and natural resources; and financial and banking sectors, Shepherd and Wedderburn also has an impressive track record in advising clients from across other industries and sectors. FTSE and AIM companies, large SMEs, and public service organisations are counted among its clients.

Website:  www.shepwedd.com/

What will you be offering?  

  • Summer Placements for 2018
  • Traineeships for 2019

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Shoosmiths is a leading law firm with 12 offices across the UK, all working together as one national team.   Over two years, you will receive a quality training contract and development programme, combining technical legal and business skills training.  You will complete four six-month seats, one of which could be a secondment to a client’s in-house legal team, providing invaluable insight from the client’s perspective.

Website:  www.shoosmiths.co.uk/graduates

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What will you be offering?  

  • 2020 Training Contracts
  • 2018 Summer Placements
  • 2018 Insight Evenings

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Stronachs are one of Scotland’s leading independent law firms with a diverse client base both locally and internationally.  Stronachs are a full service firm and what sets us apart is our consistent success as a best in class provider of legal and professional services to businesses from major corporations, oilfield operators and service companies to SMEs and family partnerships, as well as landowners, tenants and individuals. 

Stronachs’ staff are key to our success and we aim to promote an inclusive culture where diversity is valued.  We invest in the best talent, our highly experienced senior team are leaders in their fields and we are committed to nurturing the next generation as they enter the profession.  

Website:   www.stronachs.com/work-with-us/careers-experience

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What will you be offering?   Stronachs run a highly regarded Trainee Solicitor programme offering outstanding opportunities for up to 5 graduates each year.  Excellent training and prospects are available to ambitious candidates seeking to gain in depth experience in the areas of corporate law, commercial property, dispute resolution, employment law, energy law and private client.  We are currently accepting applications for traineeships commencing in 2019 and further details are available at www.stronachs.com/work-with-us/careers-experience.

Stronachs also offer insight weeks for students during the summer period and details are available at www.stronachs.com/work-with-us/careers-experience.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

The Government Legal Services for Scotland (GLSS) is a professional community of Lawyers in Scotland.  Lawyers working with the GLSS and its relating offices are engaging in a wide variety of interesting and intellectually challenging work, development and implementation of new law, high profile litigation and dealing with novel devolution or other constitutional problems. European Union, human rights and devolution.

Website:  www.gov.scot/Publications/2006/12/04140932/1

What will you be offering?  Six traineeships.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Thompsons Solicitors Scotland are an award-winning firm of solicitors and accident lawyers with a passion for justice. We are best known for our expertise in personal injury claims, we are one of the leading firms of accident injury lawyers in the country. We have offices in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Galashiels and Peebles and, through our sister company, branches throughout England and Wales.

Website:  www.thompsons-scotland.co.uk/ 

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What will you be offering?  Graduate vacancies, internships and work experience.

Will you be collecting CVs?  Yes.

Thorntons is now one of the largest law firms in Scotland with a network of 12 offices, close to 400 employees and 47 Partners.

Thorntons boasts an array of business awards and legal accreditations across its specialities. In 2016, Thorntons was awarded the title of Best Large Scottish Employer and Best Overall Scottish Employer. Awards like these recognise the firms' commitment to and pride in its people.

Our practice areas include Commercial Litigation, Personal Injury, Family Law, Immigration, Civil Litigation, Criminal Litigation, Corporate, Intellectual Property & Technology, Employment, Commercial Property, Construction, Private Client, Land & Rural Property and Residential Property.

Many of our lawyers are accredited specialists so you will be learning from the very best. The firm advises clients UK wide and internationally, as well as individuals and businesses closer to home and each client receives the same client focussed care and consistently high level of service. A Thorntons' traineeship is structured round 4 six month seats across the business and will offer a high degree of responsibility and exposure to challenging work as you progress.

Website:  www.thorntons-law.co.uk

What will you be offering?  Please come to speak to representatives from our HR department and some of our current trainees who can tell you about our graduate recruitment programme and what Thorntons can offer you.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

The vision for Turcan Connell has always been to offer all the professional advice under one roof that an individual might need during their lifetime. This means offering a full range of legal services alongside a complete range of tax services. We believe that this joined-up, interdisciplinary approach of combining legal and tax expertise really sets Turcan Connell apart and enables us to provide the very best advice and counsel to our client

Our team of solicitors are often there at the most important and sometimes difficult times in our client's lives. Our clients trust us to advise, guide and support them in the right way through changing circumstances, whether on an issue regarding employment or on the breakdown of a relationship.

We recognise that many of our clients lead busy lives and they value our responsive approach. Our solicitors are committed to them and to understanding their circumstances as fully as possible. We want them to succeed, we want to preserve and enhance their wealth now and for future generations and we want to provide sensible and workable solutions for all the issues that they face.

Founded in 1997, today we have 22 partners and employees of around 220 lawyers and tax advisers offering a unique combination of skills and expertise covering tax, estate and succession planning, employment, dispute resolution, family and private businesses, divorce and family, land and property and charity law.

Turcan Connell's offices in Edinburgh, Glasgow and London serve a broad range of clients who value the focus our team of solicitors can bring to their affairs.

Website:  www.turcanconnell.com

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What will you be offering?  At Turcan Connell we are looking for individuals who want to fulfill their potential and be leaders in their chosen fields – people who appreciate the value of building enduring relationships with clients.  We strive to recruit the best and to retain and build that talent through ongoing training and development. At Turcan Connell you have the opportunity to go as far as your ambition and talents will take you.

Traineeships for 2019: 2 years, 4 seats (2 of which are compulsory within Land & Property and Tax & Succession). Trainee Recruitment Day is held in early October and applications will open on our website early July.  Throughout your traineeship there is an ongoing trainee continued professional development programme covering all areas of private client practice, as well as the management and technical skills you will need to develop and maintain. As well as formal training, coaching and"on the job" skills development are provided.

We believe that learning is a constant and two-way process which requires feedback and communication. The partner responsible for the area in which you are working will meet with you every three months and discuss with you the key skills you are learning and give you the opportunity to raise anything you wish to discuss. We also encourage our trainees to give feedback on their experiences, as you can often give us a different perspective and can help us to improve our processes.

Summer Internships for 2017: applications will open on our website in early November, closing mid-January, with the interview day being held at the end of January 2018.

Our internship is aimed at law students about to commence or currently in their 3rd year and also those studying the accelerated LLB.

Our summer internships will provide genuine work experience and a chance to develop your skills in a friendly environment. You will have the opportunity to work in successful teams led by specialists in their fields.

The summer intern programme runs for a six week period usually between June and August and interns will be allocated to one area within Land and Property or Tax and Succession. All our interns are assigned a mentor and receive a firm-wide induction. Our summer internship is structured to provide hands-on experience and involve you with client work as often as possible.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

The University of Law is the UK's longest-established specialist provider of legal education. In fact, we've trained more lawyers than anyone else. We can trace our origins to 1876 with the formation of leading tutorial firm Gibson & Weldon.

With a rich heritage and a reputation for innovation and contemporary teaching practices, we continuously focus on developing the best legal minds.

What really sets us apart from other universities is the guiding principle that the current and future lawyers we teach should only ever learn in a realistic, professional and contemporary context.

All of our courses – from our undergraduate law degrees to our market-leading postgraduate courses and professional development programmes – are designed with a unique, varied and innovative learning approach that’s proven to deliver self-reliant lawyers who can compete in the fast-changing world of legal services.

Website:  www.law.ac.uk

What will you be offering?  

  • Highlighting current successes from 2016-2017
  • Highlighting courses available for 2017/2018
  • Showcasing future open days / PG career events

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.

Will you be giving a presentation:  Yes.

We are a full service law firm with offices in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness and Dunblane. We have 28 Partners, 62 legal staff and 54 support staff.

We pride ourselves on being trusted advisors to our clients - not just being their lawyers. We are all commercially focused, business aware and in tune with our model of client centricity. We look for the same level of interest and passion in helping our clients from our trainees as we do from our qualified staff.

We have four practice areas: CRG, Corporate, Commercial Property and Private Client. Trainees rotate seat every six months over the two years of their traineeship.

For more information about us and :about how your career will develop with WJM visit our website.

Website:  www.wjm.co.uk

What will you be offering?  Traineeships in 2019 and Summer Placement Scheme in 2018.

Will you be collecting CVs?  No.