Review your legal traineeship/placement application

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What you get with this Hourlie

Applying for any kind of legal work - be it a training contract, work experience, or a summer placement - is a daunting experience. It's so hard to know if you're hitting the right notes with your application, and tiring filling out form after form after form...

I should know. I've been in the same position! But, during my search (or, more like, quest) for a training contract, I received numerous invites to assessment centres and interviews. I obviously did something right in my applications, and eventually it led to an offer of a training contract. I've recently completed my contract, but I remember all too well how scary it is applying for these jobs!

That's where this Hourlie comes in.

Before you click 'send' on those applications, I can review your answers to the set questions and give you feedback. I can give you advice on how best to tweak your applications, and how to sell yourself based on your CV. I can also review your cover letter if you're applying to smaller firms without formal application forms.

At just a small extra cost, I can re-review your answers once you've had a chance to make your edits. There is also an option below for a speedier service, if you need this.

I will provide feedback by a Word document.

Of course, I can't guarantee you'll get an interview, but I *can* guarantee you'll get thoughtful, relevant feedback from someone's who has been in your position and succeeded.

I am also happy to offer some feedback on your CV, if you feel you need additional help with this.

Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions prior to purchasing this Hourlie. Best of luck with those applications!

Get more with Hourlie Add-ons

  • I can offer feedback on one round of revisions

    Additional 1 working day

  • I can offer feedback on your CV

    Additional 2 working days

  • I can deliver all work in 1 working day

What the Seller needs to start the work

I'll need your CV (or just your employment history, if you only wish for me to consider a standard application form), the questions and your answers in a Word document, and anything in particular you wish for me to consider. I'll need your cover letter, too, if you wish for me to offer suggestions.

It would also be helpful to know the kind of work you're looking for (e.g. commercial, corporate, criminal) to make your application as relevant as possible.