STUDENTS and graduates interested in forging a career in law can get advice on taking the next step at a series of open days being held at The College of Law in Chester this spring and summer.
The events at the centre, which is located in Christleton, will give would-be lawyers an insight into the college’s courses and the legal profession. They can speak to tutors and current students about the various study programmes, the different areas of law in which to practise and how to make the right career choice.
Open days take place on March 23, April 27, June 15 and July 6 for the college’s post-graduate training courses; the Graduate Diploma in Law, which gives non-law graduates an entry route into the legal profession, and the LL.M Legal Practice Course, the next step toward a career as a solicitor.
Students wishing to find out more about the college’s two-year undergraduate LL.B law degree, which launched last year, can attend events on March 23, April 27 and July 6.
Students can register to attend an event by visiting www.college-of-law.co.uk/events.