Below are details of talks hosted on campus by KLS, any of the KLS student law societies, the University’s central Careers & Employability Service and the wider university which may be of interest to you. Please note that the talks below are only a small proportion of the many talks that take place on campus every week. They are the ones that I believe are most relevant to law students but there will always be others that may be of interest to some of you so you should check out the university events calendar too.

EP
Employability Points
All of the talks listed will entitle you to between 5-10 EPs unless otherwise indicated.
Make sure you sign the attendance registers.

EMPLOYABILITY EVENTS 

Please note that events are still in the process of being booked.  Please come back closer to the start of term for more dates.


 Please note, this list is being added to regularly. Don’t miss out – check each week


Every Week:

Week 14
Law related events

  • Study to become a US Lawyer with BARBRI – Monday 20th January, 3pm, Wigoder LT (Moot Court).  . BARBRI offers courses in preparation for the US Bar exam. BARBRI’s International Bar Review programme is offered as either a 6-month or 10-month curriculum and affords international lawyers and law graduates the opportunity to study for a U.S. bar exam while working.  Starting in 2021, BARBRI will offer a preparation course for the Solicitors Qualifying Exam (SQE), the new qualification assessment that the Solicitors Regulation Authority is currently developing.   Our on-campus BARBRI Rep, Naima Zayla will tell you more about what is on offer.
  • #KLShour – Tuesday 6.30-7.30pm, on Twitter! – Every Tuesday join in with the Twitter conversation.
  • Being Ace in the Workplace – Tuesday 21st January, 6-8pm. Keynes Seminar Room 12.  Salim Somjee and Rhona Darbyshire Partners at Cripps Pemberton & Greenish.  Salim and Rhona will give you the tools to be so impressive when dealing with law firms both before and whilst on work experience/vacation schemes etc that you will “ace” the workplace!   Don’t be complacent – many recruiters and in-work supervisors talk about how the approach of many students is wrong and does not impress them.   There is a lot of expectation that you will know how to do things without being shown and supervisors also forget this.  But, there are ways to navigate this and there are little things that you can get right very easily which will impress.  Come and find out what this is.
  • How to write proposal for the KCLS Annual ConferenceWednesday 22nd January 6:30pm. Venue GLT3. Talk by Hayley Gibson. Anyone who is interested in participating in the Kent Critical Law Society’s Annual Conference may submit an abstract for the paper. The aim of this talk is to clarify any doubts that the participants may have and to inspire more people to actively participate in the Annual Conference.

Other events of interest

  • Big FairTuesday 21st January 10:30am-4:00pm in the Main Sports Hall – This is chance for students to join societies and the various law societies will also be present.
  • Women in Academia – 23rd January 2020, 5.30pm, Templeman Lecture Theatre  As part of the panel series ‘Female Leaders’ this careers event introduces successful women pursuing a career in the highly competitive field of academia.  The event aims to inform and motivate women and to encourage building effective networks. The speakers will share their career paths, challenges and advice in moderated rounds. We highly welcome questions for these rounds in advance via the following E-Mail: aspirations@kent.ac.uk.    The session will conclude with an open Q&A session, refreshments will be provided afterwards.

Panellists:
Dr Nadine Ansorg, Senior Lecturer in International Conflict Analysis
Dr Heejung Chung, Reader in Sociology and Social Policy
Dr Andrea den Boer, Senior Lecturer in International Relations
Dr Harmonie Toros, Reader in International Conflict Analysis

Also advertised via Target: https://careers.kent.ac.uk/leap/event.html?id=5625&service=Careers+Service

Careers & Employability Service Events this week

The below workshops will be repeated every week this term. The times may be different each week so make sure you follow the link to Target Connect to get those times and book a place

Get career ready! – Finding experience (All students) – Are you looking for work experience opportunities either in the UK or abroad?  Join this informal group Q&A to discuss ways of gaining relevant experience, job hunting resources, and how to talk about your experience.

Get career ready! – Succeeding in applications (Finalists) – Are you struggling to get through the application process?  Join this informal group Q&A to discuss the various methods used in selecting and recruiting candidates and some of the techniques that can be used to maximise application success.

Get career ready! – Where to find jobs (Finalists) – Do you have questions about where to find graduate jobs?  Join this informal group Q&A to talk to us about job hunting resources, networking, social media recruiting, speculative applications and how to focus your job search.

Get career ready! – Interviews & Assessment Centres (Finalists) – Are you getting to interview or assessment centre but not getting selected, or would you just like to know how to prepare for them?  Join this informal group session to share and learn from the experiences of others to better prepare yourself. We can suggest how to research formats of interviews and assessment centres, and how to identify likely questions you may be faced wit

Please book your place for any of the below on Target Connect

You will find a list of the CES talks and workshops here – https://www.kent.ac.uk/ces/events/CEScalendar.html?view_by=month&tag=careers

Week 15
Law related events

  • Acing the Interview –  Monday 27th January,  3pm, Mooting Chamber, Wigoder Building In this session we will look at how to succeed at an interview for vacation schemes and training contracts.  We will consider everything from what to wear to how to the types of questions that you will be asked and how to answer them.  A must attend event for anyone with an upcoming interview.
  • #KLShour – Tuesday 6.30-7.30pm, on Twitter! – Every Tuesday join in with the Twitter conversation.

Other events of interest

Careers & Employability Service Events this week:
The below workshops will be repeated every week this term. The times may be different each week so make sure you follow the link to Target Connect to get those times and book a place

Get career ready! – Finding experience (All students) – Are you looking for work experience opportunities either in the UK or abroad? Join this informal group Q&A to discuss ways of gaining relevant experience, job hunting resources, and how to talk about your experience.
Get career ready! – Succeeding in applications (Finalists) – Are you struggling to get through the application process? Join this informal group Q&A to discuss the various methods used in selecting and recruiting candidates and some of the techniques that can be used to maximise application success.
Get career ready! – Where to find jobs (Finalists) – Do you have questions about where to find graduate jobs? Join this informal group Q&A to talk to us about job hunting resources, networking, social media recruiting, speculative applications and how to focus your job search.
Get career ready! – Interviews & Assessment Centres (Finalists) – Are you getting to interview or assessment centre but not getting selected, or would you just like to know how to prepare for them? Join this informal group session to share and learn from the experiences of others to better prepare yourself. We can suggest how to research formats of interviews and assessment centres, and how to identify likely questions you may be faced wit

Please book your place for any of the below on Target Connect

You will find a list of the CES talks and workshops here – https://www.kent.ac.uk/ces/events/CEScalendar.html?view_by=month&tag=careers

 

Week 16
Law related events

  • #KLShour – Tuesday 6.30-7.30pm, on Twitter! Every Tuesday join in with the Twitter conversation.
  • Alternative Legal Careers Panel & Networking Event – Tuesday 4th February, 6-8pm, GLT3 + Grimond Foyer.   A “lawyer” is anyone who works in law and there are many more lawyer professions than just solicitor and barrister.   If you are uncertain that either of the more talked about professions are right for you but you don’t want to give up on a legal career or, maybe you just want to know more about the other options, then this is a must attend event for you.   Each of the panel members will talk for about 10 minutes outlining what they do and how they made the choice to follow that pathway.  There will then be time for questions from the floor followed by drinks where you can ask even more questions on a more personal basis.   The panellists are as detailed below and the first 4 are recent alumni of KLS.
    • Alex Acaster, UK Clinical Services Manager, TMLEP.   “After aspiring to a career at the Bar and being heavily involved with KLS Mooting throughout his degree Alex took the decision that the cost of the BPTC and the paucity of pupillage places made straight-out-of-graduation Bar School and Pupillage interviews unappealing. Not wanting to leave the legal sector however, he found a role within locally based, but internationally serving, TMLEP; the leading provider of healthcare analytics and medico-legal opinions in the UK.”
    • Autumn Newton-Baxendine, Legal Executive, Invicta Law.  Autumn works as a lawyer in the Child Protection team. More information to follow.
    • Elouise Mitchell, Planner, Lee Evans Partnership LLP. “After graduating from the University of Kent with a degree in International Law (with year abroad in Hong Kong), I started a 3 month internship with Folkestone & Hythe District Council in their planning team, using my knowledge of environmental law and land law that I had picked up to help. I was then offered a place on their graduate scheme which meant undertaking a Masters in Planning Policy & Practice which I finished in January 2019. Since then I have moved into private practice and work as an in house planning consultant for Lee Evans Partnership which is mainly an Architect’s practice. With my team, we offer planning advice to the Architects as well as land and property owners, advising them of relevant planning legislation, ensuring development complies with regulations and responsibilities in regards to the environment, ecology, highways, flood risk and financial contributions.”
    • Emily Smith, Scrivener Notary, De Pinna –   As a Scrivener Notary Emily does a lot of cross-border commercial work. Essentially, she is a lawyer linguist! It may be of interest to bi-lingual students.  More details to follow.   At this event Emily will be launching the KLS – De Pinna Vacation Scheme opportunity.  If you are interested in international commercial work and you speak another language this one is for you!
    • Amanda Hamilton, Chief Executive, National Association of Licensed Paralegals and National Paralegal College – Amanda is an expert on all things ‘paralegal’ and until last year, when she taught law, practice and procedure at many different levels.
  • Mock Interviews – 5th February, 1-5pm. Practice your interview skills with real recruiters and/or solicitors. We have approx. 10 lawyers and recruiters from a range of firms (international/commercial/regional/national) who will conduct 20 minute interviews and provide 10 minutes of feedback. Most will be on campus conducting face to face interviews but we also have video interviews too.  This is “a must” for anyone hoping to get an interview for vacation scheme/training contract this year.   If you wish to have one of these interviews please email Jayne on klsemployability@kent.ac.uk detailing the type of firm you are applying too, whether you’ve had any previous interviews and attach your CV.   Deadline for applications – 9am 27th January.

Other events of interest

Careers & Employability Service Events this week

Careers & Employability Service Events this week:
The below workshops will be repeated every week this term. The times may be different each week so make sure you follow the link to Target Connect to get those times and book a place

Get career ready! – Finding experience (All students) – Are you looking for work experience opportunities either in the UK or abroad? Join this informal group Q&A to discuss ways of gaining relevant experience, job hunting resources, and how to talk about your experience.
Get career ready! – Succeeding in applications (Finalists) – Are you struggling to get through the application process? Join this informal group Q&A to discuss the various methods used in selecting and recruiting candidates and some of the techniques that can be used to maximise application success.
Get career ready! – Where to find jobs (Finalists) – Do you have questions about where to find graduate jobs? Join this informal group Q&A to talk to us about job hunting resources, networking, social media recruiting, speculative applications and how to focus your job search.
Get career ready! – Interviews & Assessment Centres (Finalists) – Are you getting to interview or assessment centre but not getting selected, or would you just like to know how to prepare for them? Join this informal group session to share and learn from the experiences of others to better prepare yourself. We can suggest how to research formats of interviews and assessment centres, and how to identify likely questions you may be faced wit

You will find a list of the CES talks and workshops here – https://www.kent.ac.uk/ces/events/CEScalendar.html?view_by=month&tag=careers

Week 17

Law related events

  • KSLS LTC EventTuesday 11th February 6-8pm. Room TBC, This event is society event please see KSLS Facebook page.
  • KCLS Friendly BREXIT DebateTuesday 11th February 6:30pm. Room TBC. This is a friendly debate between students and professors on the current situation in the UK with regards to Brexit. Students will be given more clarification on the topic 1 week prior to the debate. The aim of this debate would be to enhance the speaking and arguing skills of the students as well as receiving valuable feedback from the professors.
    #KLShour – Tuesday 6.30-7.30pm, on Twitter! – Every Tuesday join in with the Twitter conversation.
  • Inner Temple Event – Thursday 13th February, Darwin Conference Suite  Inner Temple will be hosting a public event about becoming a barrister.   Full details awaited.

Other events of interest

Careers & Employability Service Events this week

The below workshops will be repeated every week this term. The times may be different each week so make sure you follow the link to Target Connect to get those times and book a place
Get career ready! – Finding experience (All students) – Are you looking for work experience opportunities either in the UK or abroad? Join this informal group Q&A to discuss ways of gaining relevant experience, job hunting resources, and how to talk about your experience.
Get career ready! – Succeeding in applications (Finalists) – Are you struggling to get through the application process? Join this informal group Q&A to discuss the various methods used in selecting and recruiting candidates and some of the techniques that can be used to maximise application success.
Get career ready! – Where to find jobs (Finalists) – Do you have questions about where to find graduate jobs? Join this informal group Q&A to talk to us about job hunting resources, networking, social media recruiting, speculative applications and how to focus your job search.
Get career ready! – Interviews & Assessment Centres (Finalists) – Are you getting to interview or assessment centre but not getting selected, or would you just like to know how to prepare for them? Join this informal group session to share and learn from the experiences of others to better prepare yourself. We can suggest how to research formats of interviews and assessment centres, and how to identify likely questions you may be faced wit

Please book your place for any of the below on Target Connect

You will find a list of the CES talks and workshops here – https://www.kent.ac.uk/ces/events/CEScalendar.html?view_by=month&tag=careers

Week 18

Law related events

Other events of interest
Careers & Employability Service Events this week

  • Civil Service Fast Streamer: Ask me Anything, 19th February 2020, Keynes S6 10:00am – 12:00pm (by appointment only – click here to book) or 1:00pm – 3:00pm (drop in – no appointment needed!)
    Have you been considering a career in the Civil Service?   Whether delivering the agenda of the government of the day is your life-long dream, 
    Where? (Keynes S6)or whether you just want to find out a little bit more about what the Civil Service is, book now for a 1-1, face to face session with a Civil Service Fast Streamer.   The Fast Stream is an award-winning leadership development programme that will expose you to a variety of roles across government departments, developing you to become a future leader of the Civil Service.
    Why? Because the Fast Stream is The Times TOP graduate employer of 2019, because your work will impact upon the whole of society, because you can choose between 15 different schemes that offer roles across the country, internationally and across government departments…come and find out more for yourself!The below workshops will be repeated every week this term. The times may be different each week so make sure you follow the link to Target Connect to get those times and book a place
    Get career ready! – Finding experience (All students) – Are you looking for work experience opportunities either in the UK or abroad? Join this informal group Q&A to discuss ways of gaining relevant experience, job hunting resources, and how to talk about your experience.
    Get career ready! – Succeeding in applications (Finalists) – Are you struggling to get through the application process? Join this informal group Q&A to discuss the various methods used in selecting and recruiting candidates and some of the techniques that can be used to maximise application success.
    Get career ready! – Where to find jobs (Finalists) – Do you have questions about where to find graduate jobs? Join this informal group Q&A to talk to us about job hunting resources, networking, social media recruiting, speculative applications and how to focus your job search.
    Get career ready! – Interviews & Assessment Centres (Finalists) – Are you getting to interview or assessment centre but not getting selected, or would you just like to know how to prepare for them? Join this informal group session to share and learn from the experiences of others to better prepare yourself. We can suggest how to research formats of interviews and assessment centres, and how to identify likely questions you may be faced wit

Week 19

Law related events

  • #KLShour – Tuesday 6.30-7.30pm, on Twitter! Every Tuesday join in with the Twitter conversation.
  • Training session:  Etiquette for Dinner EventsWeds 26th Feb, lunchtime.  Details to follow.  By invitation only.
  • KSLS Annual Dinner – Friday 28th February 2020  – A great opportunity to network with professionals whilst also celebrating life as a law student at Kent.   See KSLS FB page in the new year for details about how to purchase tickets.

Other events of interest

Careers & Employability Service Events this week:
The below workshops will be repeated every week this term. The times may be different each week so make sure you follow the link to Target Connect to get those times and book a place
Get career ready! – Finding experience (All students) – Are you looking for work experience opportunities either in the UK or abroad? Join this informal group Q&A to discuss ways of gaining relevant experience, job hunting resources, and how to talk about your experience.
Get career ready! – Succeeding in applications (Finalists) – Are you struggling to get through the application process? Join this informal group Q&A to discuss the various methods used in selecting and recruiting candidates and some of the techniques that can be used to maximise application success.
Get career ready! – Where to find jobs (Finalists) – Do you have questions about where to find graduate jobs? Join this informal group Q&A to talk to us about job hunting resources, networking, social media recruiting, speculative applications and how to focus your job search.
Get career ready! – Interviews & Assessment Centres (Finalists) – Are you getting to interview or assessment centre but not getting selected, or would you just like to know how to prepare for them? Join this informal group session to share and learn from the experiences of others to better prepare yourself. We can suggest how to research formats of interviews and assessment centres, and how to identify likely questions you may be faced wit

Please book your place for any of the below on Target Connect

You will find a list of the CES talks and workshops here – https://www.kent.ac.uk/ces/events/CEScalendar.html?view_by=month&tag=careers

Week 20

Law related events

  • #KLShour – Tuesday 6.30-7.30pm, on Twitter! – Every Tuesday join in with the Twitter conversation.
  • KSLS BPP ACE Event Wednesday 4th March 3-8pm, BPP London OK, so, this one isn’t on campus but it is a Kent event run in conjunction with the Kent Law Societies and BPP.   There is a free bus to the event and you can choose from the solicitor or barrister sessions.   The event includes skills development workshops, speed interviewing with expert feedback for future solicitors; a speed moot for future barristers and panel sessions with the opportunity to hear from guest speakers about how they qualified as lawyers. Catering will be provided, attendees will also receive a goodie bag and post the event, a Professional Skills and Commercial Awareness Certificate, which we will ask if you can distribute later.Please be minded that the solicitor and barrister sessions are happening at the same time, so they will not be able to attend both on the same day.  However, the events are running again on 18th March if you would prefer to sign up for that one.  To book your place go to bbp.com/events 

Other events of interest

Careers & Employability Service Events this week:
The below workshops will be repeated every week this term. The times may be different each week so make sure you follow the link to Target Connect to get those times and book a place
Get career ready! – Finding experience (All students) – Are you looking for work experience opportunities either in the UK or abroad? Join this informal group Q&A to discuss ways of gaining relevant experience, job hunting resources, and how to talk about your experience.
Get career ready! – Succeeding in applications (Finalists) – Are you struggling to get through the application process? Join this informal group Q&A to discuss the various methods used in selecting and recruiting candidates and some of the techniques that can be used to maximise application success.
Get career ready! – Where to find jobs (Finalists) – Do you have questions about where to find graduate jobs? Join this informal group Q&A to talk to us about job hunting resources, networking, social media recruiting, speculative applications and how to focus your job search.
Get career ready! – Interviews & Assessment Centres (Finalists) – Are you getting to interview or assessment centre but not getting selected, or would you just like to know how to prepare for them? Join this informal group session to share and learn from the experiences of others to better prepare yourself. We can suggest how to research formats of interviews and assessment centres, and how to identify likely questions you may be faced wit

Please book your place for any of the below on Target Connect

You will find a list of the CES talks and workshops here – https://www.kent.ac.uk/ces/events/CEScalendar.html?view_by=month&tag=careers

Week 21

Law related events

  • #KLShour – Tuesday 6.30-7.30pm, on Twitter! – Every Tuesday join in with the Twitter conversation.
  • KSLS/Kent Law Society Networking Event Friday 13th March 6pm onwards at the Millers Arms in Canterbury.  This is a fabulous opportunity to network with lawyers working in Kent.   Ask questions about their own training, the work they do, the firms they work for, the firms they used to work for, what they wish they’d known when they were still students, what they think of climate change/Brexit etc.  This is networking, it is meant to be fun, you can even talk about football and the weather!   Drinks are being paid for.
  • Kent Critical Law Society Annual Conference – Saturday 14th March.  The theme of this year’s conference will be “Legal Paradoxes”

Other events of interest

Careers & Employability Service Events this week:
The below workshops will be repeated every week this term. The times may be different each week so make sure you follow the link to Target Connect to get those times and book a place
Get career ready! – Finding experience (All students) – Are you looking for work experience opportunities either in the UK or abroad? Join this informal group Q&A to discuss ways of gaining relevant experience, job hunting resources, and how to talk about your experience.
Get career ready! – Succeeding in applications (Finalists) – Are you struggling to get through the application process? Join this informal group Q&A to discuss the various methods used in selecting and recruiting candidates and some of the techniques that can be used to maximise application success.
Get career ready! – Where to find jobs (Finalists) – Do you have questions about where to find graduate jobs? Join this informal group Q&A to talk to us about job hunting resources, networking, social media recruiting, speculative applications and how to focus your job search.
Get career ready! – Interviews & Assessment Centres (Finalists) – Are you getting to interview or assessment centre but not getting selected, or would you just like to know how to prepare for them? Join this informal group session to share and learn from the experiences of others to better prepare yourself. We can suggest how to research formats of interviews and assessment centres, and how to identify likely questions you may be faced wit

Please book your place for any of the below on Target Connect

You will find a list of the CES talks and workshops here – https://www.kent.ac.uk/ces/events/CEScalendar.html?view_by=month&tag=careers

Week 22

Law related events

  • #KLShour – Tuesday 6.30-7.30pm, on Twitter! – Every Tuesday join in with the Twitter conversation.
  • Assessment Centre Workshop with Herbert Smith Freehills – Wednesday 18th March, 1-2pm.  Rm TBC.  Presenter:  Stephen Newby, Partner.  Herbert Smith Freehills are a global, corporate firm.  At this workshop you will work on a typical assessment centre case study in small groups.  The case study will be a corporate/commercial transaction typical of the work of HSF.  You will be encouraged to identify the issues and possible resolutions.   The presenter will work through this problem with you.  By attending this workshop you will understand what assessors are looking for and how to navigate a group activity at an assessment centre.
  • KSLS LTC EventTuesday 17th March 6-8pm – Room TBC.
  • Mock Interviews – Herbert Smith Freehills.  To apply for a mock interview please see the latest e-bulletin.   Deadline for applications is 27th Jan. (the deadline is early as many of the mock interviews are taking place on 5th Feb).

Other events of interest

Careers & Employability Service Events this week:
The below workshops will be repeated every week this term. The times may be different each week so make sure you follow the link to Target Connect to get those times and book a place
Get career ready! – Finding experience (All students) – Are you looking for work experience opportunities either in the UK or abroad? Join this informal group Q&A to discuss ways of gaining relevant experience, job hunting resources, and how to talk about your experience.
Get career ready! – Succeeding in applications (Finalists) – Are you struggling to get through the application process? Join this informal group Q&A to discuss the various methods used in selecting and recruiting candidates and some of the techniques that can be used to maximise application success.
Get career ready! – Where to find jobs (Finalists) – Do you have questions about where to find graduate jobs? Join this informal group Q&A to talk to us about job hunting resources, networking, social media recruiting, speculative applications and how to focus your job search.
Get career ready! – Interviews & Assessment Centres (Finalists) – Are you getting to interview or assessment centre but not getting selected, or would you just like to know how to prepare for them? Join this informal group session to share and learn from the experiences of others to better prepare yourself. We can suggest how to research formats of interviews and assessment centres, and how to identify likely questions you may be faced wit

Please book your place for any of the below on Target Connect

You will find a list of the CES talks and workshops here – https://www.kent.ac.uk/ces/events/CEScalendar.html?view_by=month&tag=careers

Week 23

Law related events

  • KEYNOTE SPEECH by DR. FUNKE ABIMBOLA MBE“CLIMBING MOUNTAINS” followed by Q&A session – Monday 23rd March, 1pm. Sibson Lecture Theatre 1.

 

  • #KLShour – Tuesday 6.30-7.30pm, on Twitter! – Every Tuesday join in with the Twitter conversation.

Other events of interest

Careers & Employability Service Events this week:
The below workshops will be repeated every week this term. The times may be different each week so make sure you follow the link to Target Connect to get those times and book a place
Get career ready! – Finding experience (All students) – Are you looking for work experience opportunities either in the UK or abroad? Join this informal group Q&A to discuss ways of gaining relevant experience, job hunting resources, and how to talk about your experience.
Get career ready! – Succeeding in applications (Finalists) – Are you struggling to get through the application process? Join this informal group Q&A to discuss the various methods used in selecting and recruiting candidates and some of the techniques that can be used to maximise application success.
Get career ready! – Where to find jobs (Finalists) – Do you have questions about where to find graduate jobs? Join this informal group Q&A to talk to us about job hunting resources, networking, social media recruiting, speculative applications and how to focus your job search.
Get career ready! – Interviews & Assessment Centres (Finalists) – Are you getting to interview or assessment centre but not getting selected, or would you just like to know how to prepare for them? Join this informal group session to share and learn from the experiences of others to better prepare yourself. We can suggest how to research formats of interviews and assessment centres, and how to identify likely questions you may be faced wit

Please book your place for any of the below on Target Connect

You will find a list of the CES talks and workshops here – https://www.kent.ac.uk/ces/events/CEScalendar.html?view_by=month&tag=careers

 

Date to be notified

Barrister – v – Solicitor – This annual KSLS and KTLS event will help you to understand the difference between the two main (UK) legal professions (there are others!). If you are just starting to consider your legal career this is a great event to attend. John Nee, Barrister, Becket Chambers will argue the case for the Bar and Keeley Lengthorne, Partner, MW Solicitors, will argue the case becoming a solicitor.


 

The Careers & Employability Service host many other talks every week. A full listing of the CES’s talks can be found at http://www.kent.ac.uk/careers/case