Our Bright Futures programmes aim for first-year law and penultimate-year non-law students. Please note: law students on a four-year course should apply in their second year.
Bright Futures - Access
Candidates must meet at least one of the following criteria:
· You should have been eligible for free school meals between the ages of 11-16.
· Have grown up in a household where no parent/guardian had attended university.
· Have another form of social disadvantage.
Bright Futures – Black Talent
Candidates must be of black heritage background (this includes mixed black heritage).
If you are eligible for Access and Black Talent, please apply for our Black Talent programme. We can only consider ONE application.
You do NOT need to have previous law experience, but you should be on track for a 2:1 degree, be commercially minded and able to tell us why you think you’d be a good fit for Clyde & Co.
Please note we will be using RARE – a contextual recruitment system built with fairness and equality front of mind. We also take into account any mitigating circumstances.