Liverpool law firm launches ‘vacation’ scheme
Liverpool law firm Provenio Litigation launches ‘vacation’ scheme for prospective trainee solicitors
Provenio Litigation in Liverpool is launching a scheme to offer work experience to prospective trainee solicitors.
Based in Exchange Flags, the law firm’s ‘vacation’ scheme is welcoming applications from penultimate-year law students and above, who have obtained, or are expected to obtain a qualifying undergraduate law degree.
They also welcome non-law graduates who have completed or are completing a post-graduate law conversion course.
During the course of the scheme, students will be assessed for a place on Provenio’s Graduate Solicitor Apprenticeship programme. This would see them study for the Solicitors Qualifying Examinations (SQE 1 and SQE 2) with The University of Law.
Mark Goodwin, founder and managing partner at Provenio, said: “Our new vacation scheme is a gateway to being considered for our Graduate Solicitor Apprenticeship programme and, ultimately, a potential career with the firm.
“We have a clear strategy to grow our business by nurturing new talent and developing trainee solicitor apprentices.”
Provenio will run two five-day vacation schemes starting on June 19 and July 10. Click here for more information.