This page is regularly updated with internal and external opportunities that we think our Warwick Law School students may be interested in. Please ensure you have a regular glance through to check if there is anything of relevance to you.

Opportunities for Warwick Law School Students

Have an opportunity that you would like to share with the Warwick Law School student community? Submit it here.

Paid Student Opportunity with The Times Final Year Student Survey 2023

The Times Final Year Student Survey team are looking for students to work as Interviewers on an upcoming project. The role requires them to find 25 final year students at Warwick and carry out a short face to face survey about their graduate job hunting experience. The data from this research will directly inform The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers 2023. Students are well paid for a few hours of their time and will gain a full CV reference. Applicants must be well-connected with final year students, organised, and confident in talking to fellow students. Deadline: No set deadline but places are expected to be filled quickly, so get in contact as soon as possible.

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Audience Development Assistant (Internship) at Warwick Arts Centre

An internship with Warwick Arts Centre, supporting their Creative Learning team in the work they do to open up the arts to all. You’ll have the opportunity to work on a variety of tasks including engagement support, research, project administration and creative marketing. Deadline: 11:59pm on Monday 5 June 2023.

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University of Toronto-Warwick University Global Health and Human Rights Training Program Call for Applications

We call for applications to a new interdisciplinary international training program on global health and human rights for graduate students at the University of Toronto’s Dalla Lana School of Public Health (DLSPH), University of Toronto Faculty of Law, and Warwick University Faculty of Law. The program’s objectives are to provide fellows with academic and practical experience in global health and human rights. Deadline: 20 June 2023

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Global Leadership and Innovation Online Programme

An two-week interactive online training ground over the summer (July 10-21) for aspiring global leaders, professionals, and innovators. The program consists of six 2-hour live sessions, with individual and group work done before the program, and between live sessions. Grounded in empirical research on what makes successful global leaders and innovators, Global Leadership & Innovation is your training ground for becoming such a leader. Early bird pricing is US$1,197 (until the 31 May). Deadline: 30 June 2023

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University of Warwick – Students to Fiji

Gain global experience in the Fiji Islands. Whether you are looking to enhance your university degree or embark on a meaningful adventure, join a team and work alongside rural Fijian youth groups and communities on local initiatives which are achieving ground breaking results. Find out moreLink opens in a new window.

Intercultural Workshops

Many law firms and employers expect you to able to build relationships and communicate across cultures. One of the ways we support you in doing this is by offering Intercultural Training workshops – “Intercultural Awareness”, “Intercultural Competence”, and “Working in Multicultural Teams”. These fun, interactive sessions always receive very positive feedback from and you can claim core skills points for the Warwick Award by attending them. "Honestly so brilliant! Thank you! The best training on this topic I’ve ever had!" Workshop dates for this term are now available

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Warwick Award

It’s never too early to start thinking about what you might do after graduation, and what skills you need to do it. The Warwick Award can help you do just that. And it’s completely free!

Not only does the Award allow you to develop your own skills, it is also a great way to find out about hundreds of events and opportunities taking place across the University. You’ll be able to reconnect with campus, meet new people and make new connections, and improve your own employability. From your academic modules, through to involvement with societies, sports teams, volunteering, internships, placements, or even part-time work, caring responsibilities and more – they can all help you progress towards earning the Warwick Award.

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Warwick Brand Ambassador Opportunities

On-Campus Promotions are currently looking to hire students for the following Brand Ambassador roles; Latham & Watkins, Aon, Simmons and AstraZeneca.

We offer full training for the role including marketing and soft skills supporting your employability. What's in it for you? A paid role (£10.65ph) that fits around your studies and also helps you get a foot in the door with the employer you'll be representing on campus!

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Work for Frontline

Frontline is a social work charity. Their mission is to create social change for children who do not have a safe or stable home. They envision a society where no child’s life outcomes will be affected by the familial or social background, and they do this by training graduates who would like to become qualified social workers. Our two-year, salaried social work training programme offers you a unique opportunity to work directly with children and families, helping them make positive changes in their lives. You will qualify as a social worker and complete a fully-funded MSc in Advanced Relationship-Based Social Work Practice with Children and Families.

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Irwin Mitchell Digital Brochure

At Irwin Mitchell we’re more than just a law firm – we’re a group of like-minded, friendly people working together to help individuals and businesses navigate life’s ups and downs. It’s an exciting time to join the legal profession, which is going through some of the most radical changes in its history. At Irwin Mitchell we offer training contracts & work placements in 11 cities across the UK. We value colleagues for who they are and what they bring. Many of our lawyers come from a non-legal background, so we welcome applications from all graduates and undergraduates. For more information about us, our training contract opportunities and relevant case studies from our current trainees, take a look at our digital brochureLink opens in a new window.

AIESEC Warwick is Recruiting

We are the world’s largest youth-led organisation. AIESEC, founded in 1948, is a global platform for young people to explore and develop their leadership potential. We believe that youth is the key to shaping a better future, so we provide students with the opportunity to activate their leadership qualities through learning from practical experiences in challenging environments. As a member of AIESEC, you will be able to learn by doing, gaining transferable practical skills in an environment similar to a start-up. Our members gain experience in fields such as sales, marketing, and customer management.

After being selected, new members will officially become a part of AIESEC in Warwick and will get to participate in our weekly meetings and in all of our activities. On the national level, many in-person conferences are organised and enable Aiesecers from across the UK to meet each other and share their experiences together.

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The Forage

The Forage provide opportunities for students to gain work related experience via its work simulations and the opportunity to explore sectors and roles that interest you. You can use them to extend your law/other module learning and skill development. The virtual work simulations are freely available to anyone and can be done at a time/place to suit you (fits around your academic and other commitments). There are no entry criteria (or application process) and they typically involve around 5-6 hours to complete the practical tasks, activities, assessment and reflection. You get a certificate for programmes completed.

The programmes have been developed (with employers) to provide an insight into their organisation/work and include tasks and activities like those undertaken by graduate trainees. The Forage offers programmes across a wide range of job sectors including an extensive range of legal programmes and can help you gain insight into the relationship between theory and practice, develop important skills (e.g., research, drafting, analytical skills) and help position you for other opportunities like insight and open days, vacation schemes, mini-pupillages and other employer-based work experience. The programmes are particularly useful for postgraduates and other students who may find it difficult to access/compete for employer-based schemes. Find out moreLink opens in a new window.

Lincoln’s Inn Tours

Lincoln’s Inn offers prospective students tours of the Inn to give them the chance to find out more about our facilities and membership benefits. We are happy to offer tours on both a one-to-one and a group basis. More information including how to book can be found on our websiteLink opens in a new window.

Middle Temple Student Tours

Middle Temple offers tours to students in both large and small groups. Find out moreLink opens in a new window.

Graduates First

University of Warwick have partnered with Graduates First, granting Warwick students free access to a range of practice psychometric and personality tests commonly used by employers as part of the recruitment and selection process. They offer a range of free aptitude, personality and psychometric tests and assessment centre practice activitiesLink opens in a new window for students and recent graduates, plus practice video interviewsLink opens in a new window including competency-based, strengths-based, and industry-specific interviews.

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The Corporate Law Academy Application Service Platform

TCLA is the UK’s leading online learning platform and 53 000-member community for aspiring lawyers. If you’re on a journey to secure a Vacation Scheme or Training Contract at a leading firm, TCLA is the perfect service for you. It offers a wide variety of resources and courses that could help aspiring lawyers. Since 2018, TCLA team has helped thousands of aspiring lawyers secure training contracts with leading UK law firms.

TCLA offer a wide range of services aimed at helping you break into the legal profession. From offering in-depth training courses, 300+ success past applications and a network of like-minded people via TCLA’s forum, TCLA Premium is the ultimate service for aspiring lawyers. TCLA are offering an exclusive 30% discount on their Premium service - the most they’ve ever offered. Use the following Warwick specific links: BronzeLink opens in a new window | GoldLink opens in a new window.

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Free Student Membership: The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators

CIArb is an international centre of excellence for the practice and profession of alternative dispute resolution (ADR). Student membership is completely free and open to anyone currently studying at a university or other higher education institute. It may be of particular interest to law students who want to train to become either an Adjudicator, Mediator or Arbitrator (International and Domestic). CIArb student membership shows a strong commitment to the values and standards of dispute avoidance and resolution. By becoming a student member, you become part of an international community and can benefit from a range of services and support.

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Warwick Volunteers

Whether you have been a member before or are looking to volunteer for the first time we are excited to have you join us. We have loads of projects getting started and more to come throughout the year, so we really hope you’ll find some projects to get involved with! Having volunteered since my first year, I’ve had a really great experience and I hope you will too.

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E-Mentoring & Networking

Warwick’s alumni e-mentoring service can help students and graduates build their networks and expand their opportunities. Whether you’re looking for guidance at a challenging time in your career, a new skill for your CV or an opportunity to share the benefit of your experience, you will quickly find positive benefits of this exclusive service for alumni and students of the University of Warwick.

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Hogan Lovells’ Virtual Internship

Open to anyone and everyone, our virtual internship will give you a better understanding of what we do here as you take on a few trainee-level tasks. It’s quick, easy to access and there’s no application process. Available all year.

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Mooting Opportunities

Mooting is an advocacy competition which enables you to develop your communication, teamwork, and legal research skills. While developing your core competencies, mooting is also highly regarded by employers, making it an excellent addition to any application.

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Student Societies

Being involved in a society, especially as a member of the executive committee, can be an excellent way of highlighting your leadership capabilities. There are lots to choose from but here are some of the Law specific ones:

Job Vacancies through myAdvantage

Find job and work experience opportunities aimed at Warwick students through myAdvantage which has a variety of job and work experience opportunities in the legal sector but also in other more general areas too.

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Critical Lawyers at Warwick

Get involed with CLAW, an association run by Warwick Law School students aiming to provide a platform for accessing 'alternative' careers to commercial law.

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Bright Network Academy

A free e-learning platform in partnership with University of Warwick, full of expert advice to help you prepare for the world of work and graduate applications. Learn new abilities and impress leading employers.

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Global Connections Community

We've created a Global Connections Community on Microsoft Teams, to help you to connect with Warwick students from around the world. A great way to stay connected; have fresh conversations with new people; and to meet people outside your halls or your course! The Global Connections Community is for ALL students at Warwick - wherever you're from, whoever you are, this space is for you! So come on in and join the conversations!

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