Date: 10th October 2018
Time: 14.00 - 16.30
Venue: Great Hall, College Building, City, University of London main campus
Attendance fee: Starting at £350+VAT. You can also choose to be a fair sponsor to gain extra exposure and generate more interest in your opportunities. Please see the Booking Form for complete pricing information.
- Exhibitor packages
- Fair breakout sessions
- Target audience
- Aim of the event
- How can exhibitors prepare for this event
- Attendance & Marketing
- Previous Law fairs at City
- Equality and diversity
With thanks to Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner and LPC Law for sponsoring the 2018 City Law Fair.
Confirmed exhibitors include:
- Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
- LPC Law
- Pinsent Masons LLP
- Withers LLP
- Charles Russell Speechlys
- Blake Morgan LLP
- Thomson Snell & Passmore
- Osborne Clarke LLP
- Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
- South Square
- Blackstone Chambers
- Fountain Court Chambers
- 4 Pump Court
- The Lex100 (Legalease Ltd)
- Government Legal Service (GLS)
- Rare Recruitment
- The City Law School
Exclusive Sponsorship Package:
|Premium Fair Package: £650+VAT|
|Standard Fair Package: £350+VAT|
Fair breakout sessions
There is the opportunity to deliver a breakout session during City Law Fair from 14:30 - 15:30, which will give you an extra chance to increase your employer brand and actively engage with students.
There will be three breakout sessions taking place. You can find them in the lines below, but these titles can be adapted to something more suitable to your needs. The sessions available are:
- What makes a winning application form
- Demystifying commercial awareness
- Kick-start your job search: How to get ahead of the game?
The fair will be primarily aimed at our Law students but will be open to students from other courses as well, who are thinking of pursuing a career in law. First year students are encouraged to attend so that they can research organisations and vacation opportunities. View further information about the range of courses at City and their academic content.
Aim of the event
Our aim is to help both our students and recruiting firms and organisations by giving them the opportunity to meet and discuss recruitment plans and practices. We hope the event will be a chance for you to share with prospective applicants what you expect of them and how they can make the most of their applications to you.
Students would expect to meet with company representatives as well as human resources/recruitment staff who are well informed about the organisation and able to provide insight into the job tasks, company culture and career paths you offer.
How to prepare for this event
Based on feedback from previous fairs at City, students were impressed with exhibitors that:
- Had a number of representatives from various divisions of the business at the fair
- Had City alumni attending the event
- Were prepared to answer questions on the application and interview process
- Were enthusiastic and eager to engage with the student
Students were disappointed with exhibitors that:
- Kept directing them to the company's website
- Did not look willing to engage with them and answer their questions
Attendance and Marketing
We are running the fair on a Wednesday afternoon, when no lectures are being held at City (all lectures finish at 12/1pm) to ensure maximum attendance. The fair will be widely advertised by attending lectures and through email alerts, brochures and posters around busy campus areas.
This is an excellent opportunity for you to raise your profile on campus and generate high quality applications, ensuring that final and pre-final year students are aware of you and your graduate vacancies and work experience opportunities.
Previous Law Fairs
Our 2017 Law Fair was sponsored by Erskine Chambers. Exhibitors included:
Erskine Chambers, South Square, Accutrainee, The Lex100 (Legalease Ltd), Blake Morgan LLP, Bar Council, PwC, Blackstone Chambers, LawCareers.Net, Osborne Clarke, EY, Francis Taylor Building, Government Legal Service (GLS), BARBRI, DWF LLP, The City Law School, Charles Russell Speechlys, Free Representation Unit, Herbert Smith Freehills, Chambers Student Guide, Law Mind Maps, Aspiring Solicitors, Army Legal Services, ICSA: The governance Institute, Winckworth Sherwood, Berwin Leighton Paisner, The Graduate Group, SU City Pro Bono Society, City University Law Society
Equality and diversity
If any of your exhibitors require accommodation for a disability, please contact us in advance. If a disability prevents you from completing an online booking form, please email us for alternative arrangements (email@example.com).