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Your chance to take advantage of an exciting Law work experience opportunity at Easter!

We hope this email finds you well and that you had a pleasant half term! If you are interested in gaining work experience with a corporate law firm during the Easter holidays, 
please review the information below about a placement which is open to Year 12 and 13 students. Please note that if you have already completed this placement, 
you cannot take part in it again , but you may pass the information on to any friends from your school who you feel may be eligible and interested.
If you have any enquiries about the placement, please do not hesitate to contact us. 

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Kind regards,
The SEO Schools team


  • It is ranked as one of the top five corporate law firms in the country as well as being a member of the Magic Circle.
  • Freshfields is offering 10 lucky Year 12 & 13 students the fantastic chance to complete a full week of work experience at their London offices in the Easter holidays.
  • During this placement, you will network with solicitors and employees from across the organisation, shadow members of the firm in order to understand the work they do, and take part in collaborative research and debating tasks.
  • To apply, please fill out the survey that can be found here. We will screen your application, and if you are eligible, we will send you a video interview to complete.
  • Please note the deadline to complete your application is 23:00 on Wednesday 28th February, so please do not delay!

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