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Legal career insights for school and university students hosted by Browne Jacobson and Young Professionals UK

9am - 4pm

Following on from the incredible success of the April FAIRE virtual legal careers event, we are proud to be partnering with Young Professionals again for our second virtual FAIRE event on 27 October 21. The event will again provide students with the opportunity to learn about legal career pathways, learn invaluable skills to support their future careers in the law and make connections with some of the legal sectors highest profile individuals.

A truly fantastic set of speakers have been lined up to present including: Chris Daw QC (Barrister, BBC TV presenter), Damian Whitlam (Partner at Browne Jacobson), Nathan Miebai (Senior District Prosecutor at the Crown Prosecution Service), Peter Watson (CEO of Watson’s Daily, the leading trainer of commercial awareness skills), Shaun Wallace (Barrister and TV quizzer), Chrissie Wolfe (CEO of Law & Broader), Paul McConnell (Head of Employability at University of Birmingham Law School), Mary Bonsor (CEO – F-Lex legal), Sally Penni MBE (Barrister, Author and leading legal Podcast presenter) and Lubna Shuja (Vice President of The Law Society).

All attendees will receive an e-certificate to add to their CV to help boost future career opportunities.

This virtual event is open to all students interested in a career within the law. Please encourage your pupils to sign up to be part of this fantastic event now by registering using the link below –

Click here to register


At Browne Jacobson we’re passionate about finding innovative ways to help attract talent into the industry. People from lower socio-economic and minority backgrounds are still hugely underrepresented in the legal profession. We want to change this. We want to break down barriers to accessing a legal career and help everyone - whatever their background - get a foot in the door.

We’ve set up FAIRE (Fairer Access into Real Experience) to revolutionise the way law firms engage with talent and grow an industry-wide culture of inclusivity. FAIRE aims to support social mobility, offering students equal access to work experience that can pave the way for a career in the legal sector. FAIRE is part of our firm-wide commitment to fair working practises, inclusivity, collaboration and making sure we’re at the forefront of conversations about how we can all tackle society's biggest issues.

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