The Minister is no stranger to the importance of meaningful, interesting internships; she has completed internships at Oxfam NZ and at the United Nations Headquarters in New York.
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This is an activity based meeting, so bring your friendly attitude and get ready to mingle!
October gave students an opportunity to engage with a range of our employers and alumni in small groups and individual discussions.
Topics covered included important questions in relation to what different careers offer, what employers will look for in new recruits and what they could do to improve their CVs and selection prospects.
This spring's Southampton City Law Network event focused on the crucial theme of “Getting a law Job, and keeping it”.
Local lawyers - including Michael Coyle, managing partner of Lawdit LLP; Ben Evans, Associate of Blake Morgan LLP; and Serhan Handani and Hannah Rafferty of Bramsdon and Childs Solicitors - kindly offered Solent's LLB (Hons) students insight into how they entered the legal profession.
Minister Meegan Fitzharris, ACT Government Minister for Higher Education, Training and Research will be our special guest speaker.
Professor Jackie Harvey from Newcastle Business School said: “This was a fun and hugely insightful and informative event for our students.
Companies represented included amongst a wide number of others Deloitte, KPMG, Ernst and Young, Lloyds Bank, Virgin Money and Procter and Gamble.
The event introduced a new “speed dating” format, giving all student attendees the opportunity for a one-to-one discussion with these excellent role models, who gave practical advice based on their own varied life experiences.
Mustapha Shaldoum, President of the Solent Student Law Society, said: “Today’s Southampton City Law Network event was a great opportunity to meet a wide range of professionals from within the legal industry.