What programme is right for me?
The below is based on an example of a law student studying a conjoint degree that would take five years to complete.
- Year 1
- Year 2
- Year 3
- Year 4
- Year 5
- Life after law school
Some Date or Date Range - Year 1Some Date or Date RangeStart at university. Good luck! We'll see you in Year 3...
Some Date or Date Range - Year 2Some Date or Date RangeKeep going, you're almost there...
Some Date or Date Range - Year 3Some Date or Date RangeMarch – Apply for our winter clerk programme
June/July – Winter clerk programme commences
Some Date or Date Range - Year 4Some Date or Date RangeMarch – Apply for our summer clerk programme
November – Summer clerk programme commences
Some Date or Date Range - Year 5Some Date or Date RangeFebruary – Summer clerk programme concludes
November – Finish study
- Life after law schoolJanuary – Start as a law clerk
January-April – Complete profs
May – Start at the firm full time
Oct – Admitted to the bar
Recent Summer Clerks, Hannah, Lushomo, and Spencer sum up their summer at Chapman Tripp in one word.
“A particular highlight has been how accommodating, supportive and friendly everyone who I have interacted with at the firm has been. I think this created a brilliant environment for me to learn. My experience with Chapman Tripp has been an amazing introduction to my legal career.”Elin HarrisSummer Clerk