Aspiring lawyers at the University of Law Careers Fair

by | Nov 11, 2022 | Blog, news

Law networking event

Law eventOur Trainees, Chanelle Rushforth and Connor King represented Levi Solicitors at The University of Law careers fair this week, talking to the next generation of potential lawyers!

Connor commented: “Reflecting on some of the questions I was asked, and conversations I had, I can’t help but think back to all the fairs I attended (and countless tote bags, pens and freebies I hoarded).

It wasn’t until today I truly realised that these events are a great opportunity to share your experiences and offer guidance to those who are stood in the same position you were once in.”

Chanelle said: “The event was well organised, I was really impressed with the volume of attendees. It was great to see how many candidates were interested in our firm and roles available”.

We will be attending Leeds Law School Law Fair at Leeds Beckett University on 22 February 2023.

If you would like to build your legal career with us, we would love to hear from you. Please visit our careers page.

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