Graduate Recruitment event: An evening with Skadden's LGBTQ group

Closing date: 26/10/2021
Term: Temporary
The firm

With 22 offices, more than 1,700 attorneys and 50-plus practice areas, Skadden advises businesses, financial institutions and governmental entities around the world on their most complex, high-profile matters, providing the guidance they need to compete in today’s business environment.

We are known for our utmost dedication to client service, commitment to excellence, creativity and resourcefulness in providing innovative advice and novel legal solutions.

Skadden advises clients on their most important matters, including M&A, private equity, banking and finance, corporate restructuring, capital markets, including high yield, investment management, tax, insurance, EU competition, financial regulatory, employment, government enforcement and white collar crime, as well as international litigation and arbitration.

Through our integrated practices and collaborative approach, we provide significant value and cost-efficiencies by bringing together the exceptional breadth of experience needed to satisfy our clients’ business objectives.

We received the most top attorney rankings among law firms, including 59 Band 1 attorney rankings and six “Star Individual” rankings in the 2017 edition of Chambers USA. Additionally, in Chambers Global 2018, Skadden earned 55 top-tier practice and attorney rankings.

The Role

Skadden London's LGBTQ Group, together with the Graduate Recruitment Team, invite prospective vacation scheme and training contract applicants to spend an evening with our LGBTQ attorneys to learn more about life at Skadden.

Our panel consisting of Damian Babic, Associate in our Labor and Employment Law team, David Herlihy, Partner in our International Litigation and Arbitration team, and Hannah Street, Trainee Solicitor, will discuss their experiences working at Skadden, as well as providing information about Skadden's Graduate Recruitment Process.

This online event will take place on Wednesday 27 October from 18:00 – 19:00 pm.

If you would like to attend, please register before 26 October and a link to the event will be sent to you the day before the event.