Graduates must be:
- Must have good command of spoken and written English and BM
- Must be able to work under pressure and within short deadlines
- Must be meticulous and have reasonably good analytical minds
Prior experience in a particular practice area is not necessary but would be advantageous.
To ensure good grades for their law degrees and to develop tactical abilities as much as their academic achievements.
Please feel free to add anything else that you think would be useful to current students and graduates
Students should, wherever possible, do internships in the firms they are interested in to do their pupillage, and/or pursue their legal careers. This period of internship will allow them to learn more about a practice, the career opportunities, the scope of work, the clientele and the work culture of the organisation - this will assist them in making better informed choices when deciding which firm to join.