If you are an LLB or Scots Law student, you can apply in the penultimate year of your undergraduate degree. For non-law students, we would accept applications from the final year of your undergraduate degree.If you are studying in Belfast, you must be in your final year of your degree and have a provisional place to study at the Institute of Professional Legal Studies (IPLS).
This campus season will be very different for university students and graduates with the majority of law fairs going ahead virtually. Find out where you can 'meet' DWF this year.
Assessment centres are a key part of the graduate recruitment process. Emerging Talent Officer, Charis McGowan explains what it's like to attend a DWF assessment centre.
We are proud to have introduced strengths-based interviews to our graduate recruitment process. Charis McGowan, Emerging Talent Officer at DWF shares her top tips for a successful interview.
DWF has been supportive of agile working for a number of years and in recent weeks, our offices have been closed in light of the government imposed lockdown. Hear from first year trainee Sara Bastekin, as she shares her experience of working from home as a trainee solicitor.