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United Kingdom

We’re looking for people with the potential to be brilliant lawyers – and that doesn’t just mean people who’ve studied law. In fact, we receive a number of applications from candidates who studied a range of different non-law degrees.

Outlined below are the two traditional routes you can take to qualification. Please note that we also offer an alternative route to qualification via our Articled Route to Qualification Programme. For more information on this, please see the Articled Route to Qualification section under our programmes.

  • Non-law undergraduate
  • Law at a Scottish or Irish University
  • Law degree from an international school that’s not recognised by the Solicitors Regulation Authority

Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL)

Law undergraduates

Legal Practice Course (LPC)

Training Contract

Professional Skills Course

Qualification as a solicitor

Dates

No matter who you are, where you come from or what you’ve studied, if you’re ready to start a law career worth talking about, we want to hear from you.

Take a look at the key application dates below.

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France

We’re on the lookout for bright, ambitious individuals to join us. Interning with us will give you the opportunity to get to know our firm and our lawyers while you kick-start your law career.

If you’re interested in completing an internship with us, please visit us at one of the events listed in the Upcoming events section. Or, send a copy of your CV along with a letter of motivation stating which practice areas are of interest to you and with the dates you are available to start to: recrutementparis@mayerbrown.com.

Germany

We’re looking for bright, ambitious individuals to join our team. To apply, please e-mail us your references, along with a copy of your CV and cover letter to: career@mayerbrown.com.

Alternatively, to apply via post you can write to:
Mayer Brown LLP
Human Resources
Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage 35-37
60327 Frankfurt am Main

If your application is successful then we’ll invite you to an interview. Your interview will be with a partner from your preferred practice group and it will give you a chance to get to know more about our firm. If that goes well, you’ll receive an offer to join our programme.