Vardags — when you need to win

Vardags Open Day

Divorce & Family • Commercial & Civil Litigation • Employment • Criminal Defence Fertility & Surrogacy • Property • Reputation & Privacy 

  

VARDAGS OPEN DAY 2019 - Friday 8th March

We welcome those who wish to experience world-class litigation first hand through our Open Day. We believe aspiring lawyers should be treated like valued professionals from day one. That’s why we’re offering this insight into how we work and what we do, and why we’re willing to invest so heavily in hiring the very best people from the best universities with the brightest minds.

 

Find out more about Vardags

  • Further your knowledge and see if a career in law is for you.
  • Have the chance to participate in a family law workshop and experience the art of negotiating a settlement.
  • Hear talks and participate in discussions with some of the UK’s leading lawyers in their field.
  • Workshop and talks followed by networking, drinks and pizza.

 

NB: we are currently experiencing problems with form submissions on mobile devices. Please use a laptop or desktop computer to submit your application, or alternatively please email [email protected] with your application as per the form below. We sincerely apologise for this inconvenience. 

 Apply before the 20 February.

Successful applicants will be notified by 1st March.

 

Open Day Agenda

14:00 – 14:15 Arrival / registration

14:15 – 14:30 Introduction to Vardags

14:30 – 15:10 Family presentation

15:10 – 15:40 Wider practices presentation

15:40 – 16:00 Q&A and advice: applying for TCs

16:00 – 17:15 Case study workshop

17:15 – Evening Q&A drinks and pizza

 
 

“Working at Vardags whilst studying for the LPC has ensured a comprehensive training from the start; I find my experiences in the office inform and illuminate the topics taught in the classroom and vice versa. I already feel armed with the confidence that when I qualify, my early familiarity with legal procedure will provide a firm foundation for a successful career as a family lawyer.”

Leora Taratula-Lyons, Paralegal

As a paralegal and trainee, there was always someone to answer my questions and offer guidance, while I was able, increasingly, to take ownership of my own work. In my first year as a qualified solicitor, I have gained enormous experience working alongside our directors on some of the most complex and high value cases in family law, such as the monumental Al-Baker v Al-Baker.

Antonia Barker, Solicitor