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Summer vacation scheme opportunities with PwC

  • UK, Europe
  • Competitive

Summer vacation scheme opportunities with PwC

Summer Vacation Scheme

Our three-week paid summer vacation scheme is a great way to find out how we work and see for yourself the ways in which we’re truly unique in the legal marketplace, gaining valuable legal work experience during your time with us. And you’ll get a highly-competitive wage while you’re here. You’ll have the opportunity to join client meetings and calls, conduct research, practise legal drafting, join our seminar and training programme and work directly alongside our lawyers. The scheme is our principal route towards securing a training contract with us.

What you need to bring us

The next available scheme is the summer vacation 2018. All successful applicants from the 2018 scheme will be offered a Training Contract to join in 2019 or more usually 2020. We generally recruit two years in advance for trainee solicitors and therefore focus on penultimate year law students and final year non-law students.

  • A 2:1 or above in any degree subject
  • A keen interest in business law

Reasons to join us 

Legal is an exciting place to launch your legal career. With more than 2,500 lawyers in over 85 countries, we have one of the most extensive legal services network in the world.

We focus on providing our trainees with high-quality legal training and daily exposure to broader business skills. Our multidisciplinary approach means you could find yourself working alongside other advisers within PwC – such as Tax Advisers, Management Consultants, and Accountants. The wide range of experience we expose our trainees to is what makes PwC a really exciting place to launch your career.

How to apply

We know that the skills and experiences you develop with us will stay with you throughout your legal career. So join us – we’ll help you reach your full potential.

Take the opportunity of a lifetime.

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