Pictons Supports Students During Careers Fair at University of Buckingham

Leading and award winning regional law firm Pictons, which has offices in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire, was invited by the University of Buckingham to participate in its annual Careers Fair.

The University of Buckingham Careers Fair is part of their Employability Programme which enables students to gain the skills required by employers during their degree to further their career path. Local and national businesses attended where Pictons, along with a selection of other companies, charities & training providers, made themselves available to the University’s 2,000 students who are studying.

Pictons Marketing Manager Charlie Beattie who attended says “This kind of event is invaluable to all students’ not just Law students. Competition is fierce in our profession and the more students can find out, about what opportunities are out there, the better prepared they are to progress in their legal careers.

“Pictons is incredibly supportive of talent. So many of our members of qualified staff began with work experience at the company, achieved fantastic grades in their studies and then managed to get a much coveted training contract with us. The legal profession offers a great career and I hope that the University’s law students walked away from the Careers Fair with a positive outlook on what their future may hold.”

Tracy Dunkley, The University of Buckingham’s Careers & Employability Manager concludes “We invited Pictons to our Careers Fair because they are one of the region’s top law firms and we knew it would be a great opportunity for our students to meet them and gain some sound advice on their future career paths.”

If you hold Career Fairs or similar type of events and think that Pictons could be a good addition please contact Charlie Beattie via email charlie.beattie@pictons.co.uk. While we cannot commit to everything we will always try to work with you in some way.  

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