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TARGETjobs Law and The Law Society announce new partnership to publish guide to training contracts
Monday, May 18, 2015

GTI Media (publishers of TARGETjobs Law) and The Law Society have agreed an exclusive partnership offering the only online and published guide to training contracts produced in association with The Law Society.

Under this agreement both the TARGETjobs Law website and publication will contain details of training contracts on offer from solicitors throughout England and Wales together with all the advice and information students need to successfully launch their legal career, including finding the right LPC or conversion course.

TARGETjobs Law and The Law Society will also be working together to support and advise prospective solicitors at careers events and University law fairs throughout the year

Rita Oscar , Careers Product Manager at The Law Society said : “We are pleased to be working with TARGETjobs Law on publishing details of training contracts from our members.  The Law Society is committed to attracting the most able candidates in to the legal profession and to promoting equality at all stages; working with TARGETjobs Law will assist us in reaching a wider audience to actively promote this cause.  As the representative body for solicitors, The Law Society is here to provide support at every stage of training, qualifying and throughout the career of a solicitor”.

Julia Sadler, editor of TARGETjobs Law, commented: “We are excited to be working in association with The Law Society to ensure we offer students comprehensive information on training contract opportunities. Together we are committed to providing the best possible guidance and information to students from all degrees and all universities looking to enter the legal profession.”

The partnership comes into effect from July 3 2015 with GTI Media replacing Globe Publishing as The Law Society’s exclusive publishing partner for training contracts.

Notes to editors:

About TARGETjobs Law

  1. TARGETjobs Law is published by GTI Media and was established over 25 years ago to provide accurate, lively and authoritative advice and information for undergraduates interested in legal careers. Its main products are the website TARGETjobsLaw (www.targetjobslaw.co.uk)  and the annual careers publication, TARGETjobs Law, which is sent direct to law faculties and university careers services each autumn.

About The Law Society of England and Wales

  1. The Law Society is the independent professional body, established for solicitors in 1825, that works globally to support and represent its members, promoting the highest professional standards and the rule of law.

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