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Aspiring Solicitors Presentation

Northumberland Building, Room 445

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Aspiring Solicitors’ aim is to increase diversity in the legal profession via our three main objectives.  

• Providing free access, opportunity and assistance to Aspiring Solicitors’ members from underrepresented groups in the legal profession.  We do so via our Professional Ambassador network where members can contact legal professionals for advice, by offering weekly employability phone calls and providing opportunities with over 25 law firms and several large corporations.

• Educating the next generation of the legal profession about the importance of diversity.  We visit a significant number of universities to offer workshops; and 

• Promoting and encouraging diversity within the legal profession.

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Northumberland Building, Room 445


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