How to Access Your Dream Career in Law

  • Date: 5th March 2021
  • Time: 18:00 – 18:45
  • Location: Online
  • URL: Event Link

The National Youth Engagement Network UK will be hosting a conversation with successful young professionals in law, to give you the insider knowledge you need to access this competitive field!

This webinar will give you insight into what it’s really like to work in law, and the key advice you need to climb the career ladder.

Attendees can expect:

  1. Increased understanding of the law career path and confidence to pursue it;
  2. To have their burning questions answered by expert speakers;
  3. To grow their professional network with like-minded peers.

This webinar is for UK students aged 16-25 and not for organisations.

Speakers:

Lucy Barnes is a current BPTC LLM student at BPP University London and she also works as a Barrister’s Legal Assistant at the UK’s leading Immigration Barrister’s Chambers. In 2020, Lucy was awarded 2 Scholarships to study and fund the BPTC, one by Middle Temple Inn and one by BPP University. She came from state school education, and was the first in her family to obtain a GCSE, let alone go to university. Lucy also went into foster care aged 13 and was diagnosed with Dyspraxia aged 18.

Naomy Kuma is a 25-year-old civil servant. She is on her first posting as part of the Civil Service Fast Stream, which is the Civil Service flagship graduate leadership development programme. Naomy is on the Project Delivery scheme and is currently posted to the Department for Transport working in the programme management office that is guiding UK roads and the haulage industry through Brexit. Before joining the Civil Service, Naomy studied Law at the University of Surrey and worked in retail as a manager for two years – a very interesting experience!

Further Information

Find out more about this event by calling us on 01536 513388
or emailing us at info@youthemployment.org.uk
or visiting the event website

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