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Solicitor apprenticeship vacancies
Do you want to qualify as a solicitor but already have a non-law degree?
If you already have a university degree in a non-law subject but your passion is really in law, our newest Post-Graduate Legal Apprenticeship for degree holders will help you get all the additional experience and qualifications you need through to qualify as a solicitor through the Legal Apprenticeship route.
Yes. You can take the Solicitor Apprenticeship route to qualify as a solicitor under our new Post Graduate Legal Apprenticeship route. If you already have a degree and would like to fully qualify as a solicitor through the apprenticeship scheme, you may do so under one of these two categories: You already have a law degree You already have a non-law degree
If you already have a law degree you may be able to apply to Cohen Davis to qualify as a solicitor through Solicitor Apprenticeship, provided you have achieved a 2:1 grade in your law degree. If you already have a non-law degree, you may be able to qualify as a solicitor through Solicitor Apprenticeship after you have successfully completed a Graduate Diploma in Law (also known as GDL Law Conversion Course) or a Postgraduate Diploma in Law (also known as PGDL- law conversion).
The Post Graduate Legal Apprenticeship is an apprenticeship opportunity which offers postgraduates an alternative route to qualification as a solicitor after completing a law degree or conversion course. It will refresh and revise prior learning of foundational legal knowledge and build on it with new knowledge in the five areas of practice assessed within SQE1.
The Post Graduate Legal Apprenticeship takes 30 months to complete, during which, apprentices combine practical experience, working with some of the most renowned internet law specialists in the UK and an academic study toward to SQE1 undertaken with the award winning legal specialist university BPP.
- In year 1: you will cover Property Law and Practice, Wills and Administration of Estates and Business Law and Practice.
- In year 2: you will cover SQE1 consolidation and revision and SQE1 assessments, Criminal Law and Practice and Dispute Resolution
- In year 3: you will cover SQE2 Coaching and the finalisation of the portfolio and you will have the SQE1 assessment and then the SQE2 assessment. Your academic studies will take place alongside your gaining of the best practical experience in this field of law in the UK. You will be working with qualified solicitors on real cases and will receive ongoing training and support throughout the course.
At Cohen Davis, we have 10 years of experience, training solicitors, trainee solicitors and apprentices in internet law. We offer structured learning of this fascinating area of law through additional in-house training and practical work whilst working on real cases.
We believe that we are the best in what we do, and our desire is to create a new generation of internet law solicitors who will be able to meet the growing demand for internet law related work.
To apply for our September 2023 Post Graduate Legal Apprenticeship intake, please first read the Post Graduate Legal Apprentice job description. Email your CV, together with a cover letter to Support@CohenDavis.co.uk. Make sure that your cover letter contains enough information to allow us to make an initial assessment of your application.
Make sure your cover letter is unique and that it includes information about you, which explains why you wish to become a Post Graduate Solicitor apprentice and why you chose to apply to Cohen Davis Solicitors.
If you want to apply for an undergraduate legal apprenticeship, we regularly visit secondary schools around the Essex area where we meet with pupils who are interested in applying for an undergraduate legal apprenticeship.
If you find from your career office that you are not due to visit your school this year, you can ask them to invite us or here you can find out more information about our undergraduate legal apprenticeship program and how to apply.
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