Are you the Future Lawyer of the Year?
We’re searching UK universities to find the outstanding Future Lawyer of the Year. We are looking for an innovative and proactive individual who is keen to take control of their career.
You could win four weeks of work experience within Clyde & Co’s Data Lab and Climate Change Group, as well as the opportunity to receive 1-2-1 mentoring from the firm’s CEO Matthew Kelsall. In addition to this, you will have a chance to secure a training contract with Clyde & Co. The other finalists will win a place on Clyde & Co’s insight day and be fast tracked to a training contract assessment day. All finalists will also win a gift voucher.
Darcy Anderson | University of York | History
Maria Barragan | King's College London | English Law and Spanish Law
Meera Chauhan | University of Leicester | Law
Lydia Fellows | University of Nottingham | Law
Katelyn Groenewald | University of Sheffield | Law
Alice-Andreea Magean | Nottingham Trent University | Law
Caroline Manakit | University of York | Philosophy
Ella Quashie | Royal Holloway, University of London | Law
Anashwara Shankar | University of Nottingham | Aerospace Engineering
Jack Whittaker | University of Salford | Law
To enter you need to:
- be an undergraduate student in your penultimate or final year at university
- be on track to achieve a 2.2 or above
- have an interest in commercial law
- not have already accepted a training contract offer
- have the right to work in the UK after graduation.
What makes an award winner?
Our lawyer of the future will be equipped with a range of skills that can be found regardless of degree discipline. You will be:
- an all-rounder and high achiever who is focused on the future
- self-motivated, naturally proactive and full of initiative
- ambitious and have a growth mindset
- commercially minded and have an entrepreneurial spirit
- a team player
- an analytical or creative thinker
- equipped with innovation and great attention to detail.
How do I win?
Submit by 31.01.22
Clyde & Co and the Future Lawyer of the Year Award
Clyde & Co is an ambitious global law firm and over the past decade we have more than doubled in size to become one of the UK’s largest law firms and top 60 globally, with a strong and respected international network of 50+ offices across six continents.
At the heart of our strategy is our ability to respond to the needs of clients in our core sectors – insurance, construction, energy, transport and trade and commodities. We aim to provide an integrated offering to bring the benefits of the whole firm to clients in a commercial way – offering seamless and efficient services that deliver to those clients.
Crucial to this is investing in our people, culture and diversity – including different mindsets, skillsets and perspectives to provide us and our clients with the diversity of thought and action that they need to solve the complex legal and commercial problems they face. We also aim to continually evolve our working practices and move towards more dynamic models of operation to suit the changing needs of our people, our clients and the firm as a whole.
That’s why we are partnering the Future Lawyer of the Year Award.
Through the process, you will gain first-hand experience of our recruitment process and acquire valuable hints and tips along the way. The top ten students will join us at for an awards ceremony and have the opportunity to network with partners from our firm.
If you’re ready to take control of your career in law, then we want to hear from you!
Find out more about us here.
Hear from previous winners and finalists
MEng Materials Science and Engineering, Imperial College London
Winner of the Law Award, 2019Read the blog
LLB law with French law, University College London
Winner of the Law Award, 2015
The application itself is not that time consuming when you compare it to other applications for work and work experience, which have far more stressful assessment days!Read the blog
Law, University of Southampton
Winner of the Law Award, 2014
If you’re considering a career in law then I would strongly recommend that you apply for the Law Undergraduate of the Year Award!Read the blog