If you’re coming to the end of your A-levels and are considering law as a future profession, it would be a great idea to gain some real work experience to make doubly sure that this is the route you want to take when it comes to applying to study law at degree level, right?

Sadly, due to a wide range of legal issues and implications surrounding the subject of client data and your lack of experience, it’s highly unlikely that you’re going to get the legal work experience you’ve been looking for to see if law school is the right career avenue for you.

So how am I supposed to know if it’s the right choice if I can’t get any experience?

Unfortunately, you find yourself in a really tricky situation. On the one hand, no legal services provider will offer you any work experience as you’ve never been in that kind of setting before, but as no one will give you the chance to join them for a few days you just find yourself going around in circles!

As frustrating as this situation is, there is another way to gain some real insight into the legal profession without constantly hitting a brick wall every time you approach a business in the hope they might give you a few days’ work experience.

How about the opportunity to be a lawyer for a day?

Sounds too good to be true, but this a real opportunity that’s not to be missed if you’re serious about pursuing a career in law.

UniLaw has created an intensive one-day work experience programme designed and run by our elite team of top barristers and city solicitors, influential judges, law students and UCAS law experts to give you the chance to experience a day in the life of a real lawyer.

From workshops on understanding the legal system, communicating complex issues skills and a mock trial, this unique one-day course is a must if you want to discover if law is the right path for you before making any further decisions about your next step on your future career journey.

Not only will this give you a great insight into the legal profession, but you’ll also be able to wow your university of choice in your personal statement and at interview stage by mentioning your attendance at the UniLaw course.

To find out more, click here and inquire about our next Lawyer for the Day course dates.