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Hay & Kilner Mock Interactive Assessment Session

City Campus East, Room 115


Find out about opportunities and experience part of the assessment process of one of the leading law firms in the North East of England.

Hay & Kilner offer a complete and personal legal service to both commercial and private clients locally and nationally. They are recommended in 18 work areas in the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners, both independently researched guides to the legal profession.

Representatives from Hay & Kilner will be on campus to let you know about their opportunities and deliver an interactive workshop to provide you with an insight into the interview and assessment process for trainees.

They will run three simultaneous interactive assessments followed by informal feedback from current trainees and partners giving you the opportunity to experience such assessments without the pressure and to obtain helpful information. Each session will last between 1 and 1.5 hours.

Places will be limited to 15 participants.

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City Campus East, Room 115


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