12 March 2014

BBC follows apprenticeship trend

The British Broadcasting Company (BBC) is looking for three legal services apprentices to join its legal department.

By Melissa Lesh

The BBC is looking for apprentices to join its legal department. Gil C

The BBC will start the two-year Advanced Apprenticeship program in September 2014. Recruits will receive both academic instruction from the Chartered Institute of Legal Executive (CILEx) Level 3 courses and hands-on experience working with the BBC legal team.  The BBC’s new positions are part of a new wave of legal services apprenticeships at firms like Addleshaws and Pinsent Masons with the government seeking to provide more “school leaver” roles within a number of groups including  the legal profession.  

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