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CSET Summer School – Closing Date for Applications is 31st March

09/03/2011

If you would like to meet representatives from leading law firms, the bar and alternative training contract providers please take a look at what the CSET Summer School can offer you.

The CSET Summer School is an expenses paid residential event for first-year law students and second-year non-law students that gives the opportunity to:

  • Take part in skills sessions on practical law, commercial awareness, teamwork and how to succeed at applications and interviews.
  • Work with solicitors from top law firms.
  • Work on hands-on case studies and debating exercises.
  • Be inspired by representatives from alternative training contact providers and the self-employed bar.

The 100 place Summer School runs from Monday 11 July until Thursday 14 July and will be held at Queen Mary, University of London. The CSET Summer School is a unique initiative designed to identify and encourage university students from a diverse range of backgrounds to consider a professional legal career.

For more information please click on the link below to access an electronic booklet with comprehensive details, plus hints and tips, on how to complete a good application. http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/e0a0feab

Applications are now open and the closing date is the 31 March 2011 so if you are interested please apply now.

Further information and a link to the online application form can be found on the CSET website: http://www.cset.org.uk/?page=cset-summer-school

If you have any questions about the CSET Summer School then please tel: 01491 828915 or e-mail: CSETsummerschool@groupgti.com

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