Are you about to start your first year at University or currently studying? Maybe you're starting the Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL), Bar Vocational Course (BVC) or Legal Practice Course (LPC) and looking to take the first step towards your legal career. If so, we want to hear from you.
We have a fantastic opportunity for students to join our award winning team in Jersey. Our bursary students will gain insight into a wide range of legal practice areas and a variety of clients in an exciting and supportive environment.
What would you learn from being part of our Bursary Scheme?
Our clients include many of the world's leading financial institutions, public companies, corporations and fund promoters as well as high net worth private clients.
"Mourant Ozannes is a great place to start when exploring whether a career in law might be for you. The people are friendly, engaging, and always happy to help."
Trainee and former Mourant Ozannes Bursary Student, Chris Vincent
What do we provide?
⁄ Yearly bursary payment towards your academic fees
⁄ Minimum four weeks guaranteed paid work experience per year
⁄ Online resources with help and general information for you
⁄ Personal mentor for the whole period of your bursary; during and outside of placements
⁄ Support and expert guidance along with constructive feedback and valuable career advice
⁄ Possibility of a career with Mourant Ozannes when you finish your degree
How to apply
Please send a completed Bursary Application form and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by the 28 February 2017.
Download Bursary Application Form
If you wish to apply for a Work Experience only please send a completed Work Experience Application form and covering letter to email@example.com by the 28 February 2017.
Work Experience Application Form
If you would like information on our Bursary Scheme or to find out more about Mourant Ozannes and a career in Law, please contact Maggie Marcelo.
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