Intern at a law firm. Gaining exposure to life as a lawyer.
Very good experience, I learned a lot and grew professionally.
I feel the firm made every effort to ensure I had a good experience and actually valued the work I did.
High level of constant support from the graduate recruitment department and my seats.
I definitely leaving with a much clearer idea of the profession and this has heled solidify my decision to become a commercial lawyer.
Very weel structured. Everything was communicated clearly and ran smoothly.
The work environment was very friendly and relaxed.
I think to the highest extent possible. It was clear that a lot time, energy and resources were invested in this scheme and in recruiting me.
I was involved in real day to day work of a trainee so a very good insight.
Very helpful. I was able to observe how people interact with each other and received confirmation from lawyers at all levels about the excellent work culture.
Everything was structured and well tailored so I felt I was getting a very good idea of what I will be getting myself into if I decide to accept an offer here.
There were many opportunities to network and get to know people from different practice groups and at different stages of their career.
Frequent and very useful. They were always done in a very social enviornment and everyone was very easy to approach and network with.
Linklaters has a lot of extra curricular activities and we were told about them. From cooking and languages to sports. The are activities that cater to everyone.
Without a doubt. It's very insightful and you will learn a lot about being a commercial lawyer in one of the world's financial powerhouses.