Clifford Chance is one of the world’s leading law firms, helping clients achieve their goals by combining the highest global standards with local expertise. The firm has unrivalled scale and depth of legal resources across the three key markets of the Americas, Asia and Europe and focuses on the core areas of commercial activity: capital markets; corporate and M&A; finance and banking; real estate; tax, pensions and employment; litigation and dispute resolution.
As a trainee at Clifford Chance you will have the opportunity to spend time in at least four of these practice areas, and the teams that sit within them, throughout four six-month seats. One of these seats could potentially be in one of our international offices or you could have the opportunity to be seconded to one of our clients. During this two year training contract you will be deciding where you would like to qualify as an England & Wales Solicitor.
Open Days give you the chance to explore our culture first hand. You’ll meet some of our exceptional people including our trainees, our lawyers and our partners, as well as the Graduate Recruitment Team who will go through hints and tips around how to make the very best application.
We’ll be holding several Open Days here in our Canary Wharf offices between September to December so there are plenty of opportunities for you to come in and meet us before applications close for our schemes and the training contract.
There are 45 places available, and if you get a place, we’ll contribute towards your travel expenses.
Degree requirements: 2:1 degree (obtained or expected)
Open Day dates:
30th October 2018
8th November 2018
15th November 2018
4th December 2018
Additional information: Anyone either currently at university or graduates are able to apply to our open day.
Please note that due to exceptionally high application numbers, if you apply for an Open Day and are unsuccessful – you will not be able to make an application for another Open Day in the same academic year. You can, of course, apply for any other position, scheme or programme.