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Law training

"Are you an ambitious law student or graduate?

Do you want to build a successful career as a solicitor or barrister?

With training contracts, tenancies and legal jobs harder and harder to come by, do you want to know how to get ahead in the legal profession?

On Saturday, 17 November 2007, the Young Britons' Foundation is hosting its inaugural Legal Profession Career Development Workshop. This must-attend event is being held from 11am to 3pm on Saturday, 17
November 2007 at the offices of Clifford Chance, in the heart of Canary Wharf.

Those attending the YBF Legal Profession Career Development Workshop will hear at first-hand from a senior Queen's Counsel, a partner in a City law firm, a junior barrister and a recruitment specialist.

All of the speakers will provide valuable tips and insights into how to progress in the law and how to secure the best jobs in the legal profession.

Attendance at this exclusive event is only possible through the Young Britons' Foundation.

If, as an aspiring lawyer, you wish to attend this essential event, please send a cheque for £10 made payable to "Young Britons' Foundation" to Donal Blaney, Chief Executive, Young Britons' Foundation, 18 Doughty Street, London WC1N 2PL or email [email protected]."


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