Legal Apprenticeship with DWF

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  • Intermediate Apprenticeship
  • Law
  • London remove

Employer: DWF LLP

Location: London

Wage: £278.63 Per Week

Hours: 37.50 Per Week

Vacancy Description

Are you interested in Law? Are you considering an apprenticeship in the Legal sector? We have the opportunity for you! Study with one of the UK’s top law firms and kick-start your career now!

What does the Legal Apprenticeship involve?

Legal Apprentices will either work in our Legal Services Centre, or in one of our insurance or commercial legal teams. The majority of the role will involve supporting existing members of the team to run efficiently, working under the supervision of the firm’s qualified lawyers or senior paralegals. During the course of the two-year apprenticeship you will gradually be exposed to more complex legal work.

Throughout the apprenticeship you will have the support of your team members, supervisor and a dedicated mentor.

What will I study?

Legal Apprentices will work towards achieving a Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship in Law and Practice (CILEx), which will be taught by BPP and we will cover all training costs.

What happens after the apprenticeship? We hope all our Legal Apprentices complete their studies and decide to stay with us. Your exact role upon qualification will be determined by the skills and abilities you have shown during the previous two years. In advance of completion we will discuss with you where your skills can be best utilised within the firm.

We would look to offer the majority of apprentices a permanent position as a paralegal.

During your apprenticeship at DWF you will be entitled to 20% of your working week off the job to dedicate time to study.


Qualifications Required: A minimum of 2 A Levels grades A*-C and 5 GCSEs 4-9 (A*-C) including Maths and English or equivalent qualifications.

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