CVs FOR APPLYING TO LAW-RELATED EMPLOYERS. Personal details Education and qualifications Work experience Interests Practical skills Referees. LEE GALLIGLE
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Education and qualifications
Home Address: 10 London Road, Middlemarch, MM2 6AZ Term Address: 1a Wildwood Court, Park Wood, University of Kent, Canterbury CT2 7SZ
Tel: 01789 12345 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Date of birth: 25th December 1989
Nationality: British Sex: Female
2007 A-levels: English (A); French (B); History (C)
2006 AS levels: Music (B); Media Studies (B)
2005 GCSEs: English Language (A); English Literature (A); French (A); German (B); Mathematics (C); History (A); Geography (C); Biology (B); Music (A)
2008 to date Kent Law Clinic
The clinic offers a free legal advice and representation service to people in the Canterbury area. I liaise with clients over the telephone, assist at advice sessions and attend weekly meetings.
May 2008 Student Visit
One-day visit to Julian Lackland, a Kent law graduate, at his chambers. This allowed me to observe meetings and to attend Court.
Summer 2007 Hawleys, Middlemarch
Two-week work placement with a partner in the property department of a general practice solicitors' firm. I carried out research in relation to a boundary dispute, attended Court and observed interviews with clients.
Spring Term 2007 Mooting
Successfully participated in University Mooting competition as one of the winning team in the Contract Law moot.
2007 to date The Bull Inn, Canterbury - part-time bar work and waitressing
2005 – 2007 Flora Motley Ltd, High Street, Middlemarch
Saturday Sales Assistant in fashion store: customer service, stock control, cash handling
This involved me in advising and assisting customers, coping with problems and unexpected situations (such as a fire alarm) and taking responsibility for counting up and banking money
Music: I have sung many solo parts in school and church choir performances and coached and conducted the Junior School Choir. I sing in the University chorus which performs regularly at the University and in Canterbury Cathedral..
Wildlife Conservation: Last summer I participated in a two-week project monitoring the wolf population in Ukraine. In order to achieve this, I raised £2000 in sponsorship through organising events such as a talent contest. Since returning, I have spoken about my experiences to schoolchildren and the Loamshire Wildlife Trust, of which I am an active member.
Classic Cars: I own and maintaina1977 Mini and am secretary of the University Car Club
Other interests: Active member of the University Temple Society, Conservation Society and Fencing Club. I swim twice a week and am trying to improve my Russian by independent study.