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Book NowNorth East Solicitor Apprenticeship Event - 25th January 2022

The North East Solicitor Apprenticeship (NESA) Programme was created and began in 2017, providing an opportunity for those seeking to qualify as a solicitor to kickstart a legal career with a law firm or organisation’s inhouse legal team whilst studying a Higher Apprenticeship (which leads to a Level 7 qualification) at Northumbria University. Solicitor Apprentices, selected through an assessment and interview process, undertake a six-year fully paid training scheme combining relevant and legal focused training and education.

At the NESA Information Event, being held virtually on 25 January, we will provide information about the Programme, the apprenticeship opportunities provided by the participant law firms and organisations and the selection process. Current Apprentices will also provide an insight into their experience of the NESA Programme.

Itinerary

5pm:

Event Commences (log on details will be provided upon registration)

5.10pm - 6pm:

Welcome and Introduction to the Northeast Solicitor Apprenticeship (NESA) programme: Northumbria University

Introduction to the Firms (with Input from Solicitor Apprentices)

  • Muckle LLP
  • Sintons LLP
  • Durham County Council
  • Newcastle Building Society
  • BHP Law

6pm - 7pm:

Virtual breakout rooms and discussions with each NESA firm/organisation

7pm:

Q&A

7.30pm:

Close

Registration:

To register for this virtual event please complete the form below. 

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