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SJP Law - Recruitment Presentation

Room 402, City Campus East

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Simon Gittings (Director & Solicitor) from SJP Law will be coming to give students advice and guidance on how to successfully apply for a training contract.  The advice and guidance will be applicable to a variety of law firms.  He will also provide students with insight into why a career in Hull with SJP Law is an attractive proposition.

 A Hull based firm, SJP Law, is a well-established practice listed in the Legal 500. We are independent and progressive, with an enviable reputation for high quality legal work, specialising in commercial, commercial property, employment, compensation and wealth management. 

For information on our Summer Vacation Scheme and Training Contract opportunities, please visit https://www.sjplaw.co.uk/careers

If you require communication or access support please contact Careers and Employment to discuss ways of organising this on nucareers@northumbria.ac.uk

To book a space, please complete the form below.

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Room 402, City Campus East


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