Newly Qualified Solicitors Conference 2019

  • When: February 1, 2019 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
  • Where: BPP Law School, St James’s Building, 79 Oxford Street, Manchester M1 6FQ
  • Summary: Facilitating the transition from trainee to newly qualified solicitor
  • Details:

    Congratulations on passing your traineeship! But the transition from Trainee Solicitor to Newly Qualified can be a daunting one. Join us at the Newly Qualified Solicitors Conference to make sure you are prepared to start your new role with a bang.

    Hear what is expected of you and how to start with good habits to set you up for a successful career. Speakers will offer advice on how to tackle the jump in responsibility and the how to balance seeking guidance with using your initiative.

    09:00   Registration and refreshments

    09:30   Welcome and introduction
    Rebecca Yates, Head of Law North West, BPP University

    09:40   Building Credibility in a New Position
    Steph Durbin-Wood, Prospect Coaching

    10:20   Billing, hitting targets and what happens when you go on holiday?
    To be announced

    11:00   Refreshments and networking

    11:30   Creating your personal brand
    Catherine Cross, The Media Coach

    12:10   How do you advance and develop your career?
    Rebecca Yates, Head of Law North West, BPP University

    12:50   Closing comments

    13:00   Conference closes

    Cost to attend:
    MLS/MTSG/MYSG Members £50.00 + VAT (£60.00) Non-members £75.00 + VAT (£90.00)
    Price includes light refreshments and electronic course materials, please note lunch is not provided.

    Book your place online here.

    Alternatively you can book by completing and returning the Newly Qualified Solicitors Conference booking form

    or email CarlaJones@manchesterlawsociety.org.uk or VictoriaRidge@manchesterlawsociety.org.uk

    By booking a place on this course you are agreeing to our terms and conditions details of which can be found here.

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