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EmployAbility: Opportunities for Disabled Students and Graduates in Law

Blogged by Annie Dutton on 07/11/2019.

EmployAbility is an organisation that partners with a number of leading Graduate recruiters (eg Clifford Chance, Reed Smith, Slaughter & May and many more)in supporting and coaching students and graduates who have a disability or neurodiverse needs, such as dyslexia to apply to these organisations and be supported in the selection process. The Careers Service is pleased to announce that EmployAbility will be at the Law Fair this Saturday to meet with students and graduates to share with you the service and resources that  they can offer you.

There are several other organisations that also provide services and resources that can assist students/graduates with a disability interested in getting into the legal sector such as MyPlus Students Club and City Disabilities. The Careers Service works closely with these organisations and so do look at what they do.

The Careers Service offers a number of bespoke services and resources for students who have a disability, health condition or neurodiverse needs, such as 1:1 appointments to specific sessions on ‘Do I? Don’t ?, Should I? How to talk about my disability’.