Access to Law – a virtual careers event for students with disabilities

12:30pm - 4:30pm / Thursday 24th November 2022 / Online event
Type: Webinar / Category: Department
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When: Thursday 24th November 12:30pm - 4.30pm
Where: Virtual
Participating firms: Bird & Bird and RPC
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Access to Law is an empowering virtual careers event created exclusively for students with disabilities or long-term health conditions*, who are looking to gain insights into a career within law. Students will have the opportunity to speak to representatives from leading global law firms like Bird & Bird and RPC.

Each firm will discuss their commitment to disability inclusion, showcase diverse role models and share lived experiences across panel discussions, small group expo rooms and one on one networking opportunities, discussing the opportunities and careers they have. It’s a great opportunity for students to ask firms any questions they have and to explore a career in law with a firm committed to inclusion.

*A disability includes, but is not limited to, conditions such as visual and hearing impairments, mobility impairments, ADHD, diabetes, epilepsy, dyslexia, dyspraxia, mental health conditions, speech impairments and progressive conditions.
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