ULTIMATE LAW SCHOOL COURSES

TRAINING CONTRACT BOOTCAMP

Our team of elite trainees teach you their secrets and techniques to securing a training contract

The UniLaw Team

Sunil

Sunil

Trainee Solicitor at Freshfields LLP
Joe

Joe

Future Trainee Solicitor at Vinson & Elkins LLP
Harry

Harry

Future Trainee Solicitor at Baker McKenzie LLP
Dhruv

Dhruv

Future Trainee Solicitor at Allen & Overy

From £67

DATES FOR 2021 NOW AVAILABLE

Training Contract Masterclass

Virtual Training Contract Masterclass

19 June – Online

  • Make the perfect first impression
  • Master group exercises
  • Answer "why law?" and other standard questions impressively
  • Impress during Partner and HR interviews
  • Tackle unexpected interview questions successfully
  • Put a positive spin on bad results or other obstacles
  • Write an outstanding cover letter
  • Conquer "Commercial Awareness"
  • Target your top choice law firms
  • Stand out from the UK’s top candidates

GET THE TRAINING CONTRACT OF YOUR DREAMS

We will teach you our winning techniques and strategies of getting a training contract with your top choice firm.

Our team of elite legal trainees and experts can get you into the world’s most elite law firms, even if you have a 2:2 and didn’t attend the best universities, through our online courses and resources.

We offer one course to ensure you fully support throughout your training contract application journey:

This course will give you all the tools you need to secure a place at the top law firms of your choosing.

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