– Legal Apprenticeships
At this time there are no apprenticeships leading to the Bar but you can complete an apprenticeship to qualify as a:
- probate technician
- chartered legal executive
For more information, download the Law Society brochure: Apprenticeships in the legal sector (PDF 2 MB).
What is an apprenticeship?
This is a way to train whereby you work and study at the same time. At least 20% of your time must be spent studying but this may be weekly or in blocks (i.e. a full week in every 5).
Apprenticeships: Information for employers
Government guidance on coronavirus and apprenticeships
The government’s ‘plan for jobs’: what’s in it for solicitor firms?
Three myths about apprenticeships
The Lawyer Portal – free guide to law apprenticeships
The Lawyer Portal – expert insight from a solicitor apprentice
The SRA website – solicitor apprenticeships
Thank you to the Law Society for the above resources list.