Gray & Co Solicitors are paying a visit to the law students of the University of Chester on Wednesday 30th January 2013 to give keen future law professionals an insight into the life of a solicitor along with some career advice to enhance their degree.
The event will be taking place between 2pm and 3.30pm at the University of Chester room CWE125/1 in the Westminster Building and will include discussion time for any questions students may wish to ask. The presentation will be open to all law students at the University as well as any other students interested in pursuing a career in law.
Adam Antoszkiw, Chair of the Junior Lawyers Division for Cheshire and North Wales, will be delivering the presentation to the students. Adam is committed to the development of young solicitors in the local area and will be using his expertise and knowledge of the profession to provide career advice on how students can make the most of their programme of study and enhance their law career.
“The legal profession is a difficult environment for aspiring lawyers especially given the economic constraints many law firms work under. I believe it is important that tomorrow’s future of the legal profession is given proper help and guidance now to help them achieve their career goals.”
Gray & Co Solicitors are delighted to be working with the University of Chester to help give something back to the local area and to support budding law students interested in practising the profession once qualified.