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05.12.19: We're Going Live! - Securing a Legal Training Contract ft. HarryClarkLaw

Updated: Nov 27, 2019


Harry Clark is a 22-year-old Law graduate at the University of York and future Trainee Solicitor at international law firm Baker McKenzie. He runs a blog entitled 'HarryClarkLaw' which discusses everything from training contract application tips through to his personal insights into the world of law. In addition, Harry's blog regularly features special guests from the legal world.


Also featured in the live stream will be Tosin Murana - founder of Hi-R Education and future Trainee solicitor at Clifford Chance. Tosin will be starting the Middle East Training Contract in August 2020 after completing the Legal Practice Course and will work as a Trainee Solicitor in the firm's London and Dubai offices.


During the live stream, Harry and Tosin will be answering all of your questions on securing a legal training contract - from applications to assessment centres and more. They will also share their own experiences to provide further insight into the process.


The live stream will begin at 18:00 on 5th December and can be accessed from both Hi-R's YouTube and Instagram accounts.


Feel free to send us your questions in advance: info@hi-r.co.uk


Be sure to follow us on our social media to receive all updates.


You can add a reminder for the livestream to your calendar here: https://www.addevent.com/event/tG4080304


You can leave a question for the session anonymously herehttps://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/7CPBDR6


Hi-R YouTube (Live stream platform 1)

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyaX65iL8A6VaSq-ZYyTevg?view_as=subscriber


Hi-R Instagram (Live stream platform 2)

@Hi.R.Education


Stay in touch with Harry and be sure to check out his blog:

https://hclark.law.blog/


Instagram: @harry.clark.law

Twitter: @harryclarklaw

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/harryclarklaw/

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