Our apprenticeship programme applications are open! We asked apprentices from our #Newcastle office about why they decided to #TakeAChance and start an apprenticeship at our firm 💡 Ellie Tooth tells us about her role as a Paralegal Apprentice. #WhereBrightMindsMeet #CliffordChanceCareers #Apprenticeships
In a new episode of our Celebrating Culture podcast series, Ebun Soyinka is in conversation with women around the network; Nainna Leader, Client & Market Development Associate Manager, and Esther S. Pyon, Associate. Together they explore the meaning of #intersectionality and how it impacts their experience of the world and how the world experiences them as women of colour. They also share their thoughts on what we should all remember when celebrating #InternationalWomensDay this year and beyond. 🎧 Listen here
We are excited to be partnering with Peppy, a digital healthcare and wellbeing platform, to support our people during major life transitions – menopause, fertility and parenthood. 💛 The secure mobile app connects users to real-life experts, offers supportive guidance and access to community networks with 24/7 support. Peppy is now available to all colleagues in the UK from today.
At Clifford Chance we are our people. In series 2 of our In Conversation… video series, we hear from five individuals who share their unique stories and experiences. ✨ Here partner Maggie Zhao talk about her journey from growing up in #China to becoming the first Mainland Chinese Partner in our London office. She offers guidance on following your passion, the importance of being outspoken and the need to celebrate success with others.
At Clifford Chance we are our people. In series 2 of our In Conversation… video series, we'll hear from five individuals who will share their unique stories and experiences. ✨ Here lawyer Tolu Ojo-Williams talks about her journey from #vacationscheme to associate. She reflects on the importance of driving social change starting with her experience at school in North London, to her role at Clifford Chance and also as founder as the charity EquipAfrica Charitable Trust. Find out more about our #graduaterecruitment programmes in the UK here http://ow.ly/Aow150CGF3m
"We have achieved a huge amount this year in extraordinary circumstances. But if we are to help our societies build back better, we must stay ambitious and impatient for progress." ✨ In our 2020 Responsible Business Report, Global Managing Partner Matthew Layton and Global Senior Partner Jeroen Ouwehand reflect on the past year and discuss what it means to be a #responsiblebusiness in uncertain times. Explore our report here
We are absolutely delighted to share that we have been crowned the winner of TARGETjobs UK's 'The Most Popular Graduate Recruiter in Law' in the UK! 🌟 🥳 This reflects the ground-breaking programmes we've launched such as ACCESS, SPARK, LIFT, ACCEPT, IGNITE and our global virtual #internships. Thank you to all the #students who continue to engage with us and who ultimately named us as their employer of choice in law.
Black Lives Matter. As a firm strongly committed to justice and equality, we believe that inclusion and diversity are essential values that must be protected. It is not enough that we simply say we believe in something, we must take action. As a first step, we are doubling our funding to the Equal Justice Initiative to support the important work that they do to challenge racial and economic injustice in the United States. We are also actively exploring how to support affected communities through our pro bono work as we recognise that these events are a reality for people across the world. Read the full message of support from our leadership team here http://ow.ly/rQg250zWNLT
In the latest episode of our Where Diverse Minds Meet podcast series, Lawyer Stephanie Ofili, is in conversation with Global Head of Litigation and Dispute Resolution, Matthew Newick. Matthew and Stephanie discuss what they have learned and gained from our reverse #mentoring programme. Stephanie also shares her experience as a Co-Founder of BBCG (Black British City Group), and why she became a lawyer. Listen now