Clydes' open days, meanwhile, are for both law and non-law students at any stage of their degree and run from January The day includes an overview of the firm, presentations, workshops, mingling opportunities with the current trainees and plenty of application tips. Clydes attracts around 1, applications for its vacation scheme each year, and roughly 2, for the training contract of which there are between 40 and 50 on offer.
The firm recruits most of its trainees through the scheme, and highlights it as a useful means of getting to know the Clyde culture — applicants are therefore encouraged to take this route. There are no online tests, so once applications are screened by the graduate team successful candidates are invited to an assessment centre day. These take place in early February and a maximum of eight candidates are invited to each one.
Attendees spend two weeks sitting in one of the firm's departments. At the point of offer, vac schemers rank three preferences detailing where they would like to sit over the two weeks. They also have the opportunity to network across the firm as a variety of social events take place; in the past they've included the underground cookery school, go-carting and cocktail making.
Those who wish to submit a direct application for a training contract have until summer exact date TBC to apply. Once screened by the graduate team, successful applicants are invited to an assessment centre day. These require candidates to complete a group exercise based on a commercial case study; two in-tray exercises based on scenarios that trainees typically face; and an hour-long interview with two partners.
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Firm profile Clyde and Co is a leading, sector-focused global law firm with partners, lawyers, legal professionals, and staff in over 50 offices and associated offices worldwide. The firm specialises in the sectors that move, build and power our connected world and the insurance that underpins it, namely: transport, infrastructure, energy, trade and commodities and insurance.
Main areas of work Our five core global sectors: transport, infrastructure, energy, trade and commodities and insurance. Other areas of expertise include: banking and financing, corporate disputes, cyber security, education, emerging markets, employment, financial services, fraud, healthcare, hospitality, intellectual property, litigation, pensions, real estate and trade sanctions. Training opportunities We offer training contracts in both London and Manchester.
The training contract consists of 4x6 month seats. There are no compulsory or guaranteed seats. Seats are chosen on a rolling basis. There are opportunities to second to our clients, our international offices and our Guildford office. We also offer training contracts in MEA.
International secondments to UK offices are available. We also offer training contracts in Hong Kong. International secondments to UK offices available. Aimed at penultimate years and above Other benefits Life assurance, private healthcare, cycle to work schemes, gym, dental insurance, pension scheme, restaurant, employee assistant programme, childcare vouchers, season ticket loans, online benefits, etc. Insight days and first-year opportunities We will be running a number of Insight Days throughout and in both our London and Manchester offices.
These are open to first year university students and upwards. Applications should be made via our website from 1st October Aimed at those in the first year of a law degree or penultimate year of a non-law degree.
Applications should be made online and open 1st October and close mid-November It has always been the aim of Jacobs Holding and the Jacobs Family to create global leaders in attractive markets, and therefore we are keen to support Cognita in its further international expansion. With this acquisition we are able to invest in education and the development of young people.
Market reports View more. Sunday, 16 August, The practice is led by Robert Hill, who has experience in all types of tribunal disputes, as well as major High Court cases. Oil markets, transparency, regulation and Chinese growth in focus at annual gathering. To receive a copy of the study, please email layan.
These themes always played an important role for Klaus Jacobs, our founder, and are at the heart of the Jacobs Foundation, which is the sole economic beneficiary of our investments. In this sense and from the perspective of a long-term orientated investor, Cognita presents a very interesting opportunity to create value not only for Jacobs Holding but also for society. Law Firms.