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Careers & Employability

Support and guidance

All of our students are supported by a dedicated Careers and Employability team, which offers:  

  • one-to-one careers guidance 
  • employer-led workshops 
  • internship programmes 
  • Networking opportunities with  global law firms and other law-specific and non-law organisations.  

The School has two dedicated members of staff in the careers team who work solely with law students.  They offer interview practice and guidance, support with applications to vacation schemes and training contracts, and much more. 

All law students are automatically signed up to the Law at Work Careers Newsletter which provides all the up-to-date information and opportunities available through the service.

Professional education and development

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King's Careers & Employability enables students and graduates to develop their careers and employability learning and build a platform for lifelong success, through partnership with students, graduates, academic colleagues and employers.

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Careers fairs and events

Key annual law careers events and employability programmes include: 

  • The Law Fair – a three-day careers fair attended by over 80 recruiters 
  • Legal Week – a week-long series of talks and networking events aimed at equipping students with the knowledge and skills they need to get where they want to go. 
  • Professional Futures Series – a term long series delivered by the Law Careers Team walking students through the legal employment cycle. 
  • King’s Global Internships Programme – exclusive international internships overseas over the summer holiday.
  • King’s Internships Part Time & Summer Schemes – paid internships in London that are exclusive to King’s students. 

The university also offers an online King’s CareersConnect Service  

The Professional Law Institute was proud to host the Bar Council’s annual Pupillage Fair which took place in Bush House on 27 October 2018.

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