During this event, you'll learn about what life is like as a Private Client lawyer at Charles Russell Speechlys - and get an exclusive chance to network with the CRS team.
Learn how the application process works - and get vital tips about how to stand out.
Find out more about the exciting world of Private Client law and what life at CRS is like.
Get to know the Charles Russel Speechlys team and ask your Private Client questions.
Solicitors at Charles Russell Speechlys act as trusted advisers by collaborating with high asset clients to ensure the future of their families and assets. This leading London-headquartered firm has worked with families and individuals to manage wealth, resolve family disputes and divorces and advise the buying or selling property for more than a century.
Other areas within Private Client law include philanthropy, estate planning, immigration, mental capacity & court protection and more. It’s an area of the law which encompasses many different strains, so the work is always varied and interesting.
The event will take place between 4pm and 5:30pm on Friday January 21st. It will be held remotely, via Zoom, so that aspiring Private Client lawyers can join from anywhere.
This event includes talks followed by a networking session with members of Charles Russell Speechlys’ Private Client and recruitment teams.
It’s the perfect opportunity to establish important connections before applying for vacation schemes and training contracts!
You must be a law or non-law university student interested in Private Client law to be eligible.
To apply, simply let us know why you’re interested in this practice area and Charles Russell Speechlys in particular. You just need to fill out the questions in the screening form and upload your CV.
We will assess and select candidates based on their academic record and relevant interests and will invite a maximum of 50 to the event.
You can also use this opportunity to ask a question in advance, to make sure there’s enough time to get your burning Private Client law questions answered during the event.
Deadline: January 13th
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