July 11, 2013
University of Law hosts National Law Fair for 10th year
The University of Law’s (ULaw) National Law Fair 2013 took place on Wednesday, 26th June 26 at ULaw’s London Moorgate Centre. ULaw held its first National Law Fair a decade ago and has held it every year since, providing the UK’s leading law firms with the opportunity to meet the next generation of legal services professionals.
The fair – which is open to current and prospective ULaw students – was attended this year by nearly 40 law firms, including DLA Piper UK, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Irwin Mitchell and Mishcon de Reya.
The event gave the law firms access to over 500 top-class students who are either already studying at ULaw or about to join the Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) and Legal Practice Course (LPC) programs. Students from ULaw’s newly launched LLB undergraduate law degree program also attended, for the first time in the event’s history.
Commenting on the National Law Fair 2013, Professor Nigel Savage, President and Provost, The University of Law said: “As the world’s largest professional law school, it is essential that we create events such as this, which allow our students and prospective students to meet some of the UK’s top law firms. Enhancing the employment prospects of our students is one of our top priorities and the National Law Fair is the perfect platform for legal services providers to connect with some of the country’s best new talent.”
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Content added on 11th July 2013.
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