Cripps Pemberton Greenish Open Day 2020
OPEN DAY POSTPONEMENT
In light of the latest government advice published on Monday 16th March relating to “non-essential contact” and “unnecessary travel”, we have unfortunately decided to take the decision to postpone our Open Day which was due to take place on the 17th April. Although disappointing, the health of our employees and visitors to our offices is our top priority. We will look to re-arrange the Open Day later in the year.
We will be holding our legal careers open day at our Tunbridge Wells office on 17 April 2020 and the application window is now open. Spaces are limited so we encourage you to apply early!
Designed to give participants the opportunity to explore what working here might really be like, at our open day you’ll get to experience at first hand our Cripps Pemberton Greenish culture and to learn more about how we genuinely care about our clients, our work, our people and the world around us.
During the day you’ll meet our trainees, lawyers, partners as well as our people and talent development team. You will have the chance to find out more about career paths and options at the firm, to learn and try out some new skills, to listen to individuals and their stories and, above all, to ask the questions that will help you better imagine how you might achieve your career goals.
Our open day is also a great opportunity for you if you do not have the usual work experience or academic grades needed for our vacation scheme or training contract. We are always keen to meet those who have the aptitude and personal attributes indicating they have the potential to be a great solicitor.
Applicants should have a keen interest in pursuing a legal career and ideally be on track to secure, or have secured a 2:1 degree in law or at least a 2:2 degree in any field.
Unfortunately we can’t accept applications from those who have already accepted a training contract with any law firm or legal team.
In our continuing efforts to promote diversity, we encourage and welcome applications from those that are underrepresented in the legal sector, including but not limited to, individuals who are of a minority ethnic background, state school educated, identify as LGBT+ or have a disability/long-term health condition.