Legal Careers Advice Provided at Blessed Robert Johnson School Careers Fair

Year 11 students at the Blessed Robert Johnson School in Wellington will shortly be making their choice of A-levels to study next year. Keen to focus the minds of the students, the school recently held a careers fair where students could consider their career options and decide which A-levels would be best for their chosen career.

Solicitors Ruth James, David Marston-Jones, Nichola Wilson and trainee solicitor Louise Howard were on hand to offer advice to any students interested in a career in law. Students were eager to find out what working for a firm of solicitors entailed and how to become a solicitor. Many were quite keen on finding out about the pay, but the most popular question of the day… Can I have one of those bears please? The ever popular LB bear now graces the school bags, desks and pencil cases of surely most of Year 11 keeping a watchful eye on the studies of tomorrow’s potential solicitors.