The events shown below are brought to your attention as they may be of interest to some of you. Unless otherwise stated the University of Kent is not involved in any of them and cannot endorse any. 

*Events being uploaded all the time! Keep checking

Notes about this page

  • This page includes events for those who are interested in legal careers.
  • Whilst we are not able to endorse any of the events we do consider who is running them and the content before we bring them to your attention.
  • 99% of the events are free to attend. There are a couple of events each year which cost a small amount of money (less than £50) which we think offer value.   We do not endorse or promote any other opportunities which come at a cost to the student.

How to use this page:

  • There are a number of organisations that have regular events throughout the year (including the holidays – stay switched on!) which you can attend for free.   It is too time consuming for us to list each and every one of these so we have given you the link to the events listings page on their websites although sometimes we also highlight some that we think are of particular importance.
  • There is no way you can attend everything!  Be selective.
  • Legal recruitment does start in year 1 and, thus, it is not easy to say that a particular event is relevant to a particular year group.
  • Events which are not specifically about legal careers but which may develop your skills or knowledge for a legal career are at the end of this page.


Bar Council Pupillage Fair.

Saturday 19 October 2024, 10:00 – 15:00 at 133 Houndsditch, London, EC3A 7BX.

Exhibition of over 100 exhibitors including barristers, chambers, Inns of Court and Specialist Bar Associations, seminar programme and CV clinic.

Online seminars in the week leading up to the event covering subjects from funding, CV building and sharing what life is like at the Bar.

Attendees can register their interest on our website so they can be the first to hear when tickets are released in September.




Organisations with on-going Legal Events Schedules

Legal Cheek logo 

Legal Cheek have several events every week that cover practice areas, commercial awareness topics, employer/law firm panel events and help with applications.   They work in association with leading law firms, chambers and law schools.  Events can be in-person and online.


Home – LawCareersNetLIVE 

See website for information, events, FAQ, blogs and videos   ‘Aspiring Solicitors’ is an organisation that provides many legal opportunities.

You will need to register to take part and to receive a monthly newsletter.  You can also follow them on FB and be a member of the Kent Aspiring Solicitors FB page here.
They have annual conferences on: Social Mobility / Ability / Working Families / Culture Women and Pride. – home page for all of their events including diversity courses and law fair  – the page specifically listing the speaker programme.   Includes “How to…” talks such as how to write a good application / how to choose a firm etc;   “Insight” talks including law firms talking about their firms and lawyers talking about specific areas of practice.

CMS virtual event series:  A 12 part series covers three main topics; application preparation, life at CMS, and skills sessions on commercial awareness, imposter syndrome and communicating with impact (and much more).  The series provides students will invaluable information about our application process, how to stand out from the crowd during the assessment process and will really help them get to grips with whether legal services and CMS is for them.  The sessions have been recorded and are be available here.

Events · CMS Early Talent  Includes daily talks:  “How to…” talks such as how to write a good application / how to choose a firm etc;   “Insight” talks including law firms talking about their firms and lawyers talking about specific areas of practice.

Kent has a Campus Ambassador and a dedicated Instagram account: sign up and get reminders of the events :(@bpp_ca_kentuni)  – not exclusively law but some are and all are useful.  Not as many events as the above but there are 3-day events/internships too.  Past attendees have got a lot out of these opportunities.

Inns of Court – events for future barristers

To find out what is happening at the other Inns  trawl through their full calendar!

Events around London
These lists have been put together because they are London based but they are offered by a wide range of organisations:

  • The great list has been put together by someone at City Law School – it captures some key events taking place in and around London (and, of course, on-line).
  • This group includes all sorts of events about working in commercial/corporate law.



  • For events in non-legal career areas see the LSSJ Employability blog or CES, Careers, Events
  • Are you interested in enterprise / starting your own business / gaining leadership skills? Then look at the opportunities offered by ASPIRE. They offer free support and training for you to develop your own business. Click here to visit their page.
  • Target Jobs – you can check their website here to see what they are offering this month.
  • Rate My Placement: here 
  • Virtual Internships in a range of industries, including tech, finance and law firms-