At nhquang & associates, the opportunities to work and study are always open to every student who has inquiring mind and progressive outlook. Used to be students, we understand that students always desire to have apprenticeship chances for improving experience and knowledge.
Serving apprenticeship in nhquang & associates, the student will not only have chances to approach to legal information or look up online legal databases which developed by the firm. The admitted students are also permitted to study in the firm's library and to participate in in-house professional conferences to improve their school knowledge as well as practical experience.
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This site also provides advice on how to get the most out of applications and interviews.
Tips on applications
Your application is an important document. It forms our first impression of who you are and plays a key role in our decision on whether to interview you. With that in mind, we have provided a few tips on the application process.
What should my application letter cover?
Keep your letter short - no more than a page - and simple. Your application letter should tell us:
- The exact position for which you are applying.
- Your point of view on this position and your future carrier.
- Details of your tertiary education, including degree(s) and completion (or intended) dates.
- If you are admitted to practice, the date of admission and the jurisdiction.
- Check the name and title of the person you are sending your application to.
- You may wish to highlight certain parts of your application. This may be useful, for example, if you failed a subject for valid personal reasons (eg illness/death in the family) or if you deferred study for a period of time.
- Don't forget to sign the letter if you are mailing it.
What should my CV cover?
Your CV must be accompanied by a copy of your university statement of academic results, where applicable, and should include the following:
- Your full name, address, and contact details (home/work/mobile phone numbers and email address if available).
- Tertiary education - degree(s) held/or undertaken and tertiary institution details.
- Offices held at school and university and in the community.
- Legal and other work experience (including voluntary work).
- Employment history in reasonable detail (including the approximate number of hours worked per week during university).
- Any language abilities.
- Minimise the number of attachments to your CV. Do not attach past essays or pieces of research.
- Keep the format simple. Use bullet points and headings. Don't spend money on glossy covers or binding.
- Finally, check your application meticulously before you send it. Spelling and grammatical errors create a poor first impression.