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CMS Cameron McKenna Prize


The GULS Law Review is already looking to be a hugely worthwhile venture, and now we have even more reason to be excited about it. We have partnered up with CMS Cameron McKenna to offer you the chance to work for them by being published in the GULS Law Review. 

The author of the best academic submission from Glasgow University, selected by CMS Cameron McKenna themselves from the final printed copy of the Law Review, will gain automatic entry into the assessment centre for their summer placement scheme for Summer 2014 in their Edinburgh office. Should you be successful in obtaining a summer placement after meeting the firm, you will receive an interview for a traineeship there starting in 2016.

The CMS Cameron McKenna Summer Placement Scheme is by far one of the best on the market. They are particularly keen to support the members of the Glasgow University Law Society and this opportunity is truly one of a kind. 

This is an chance to show the firm what you can do. Showcase the skills you have that are perfect for CMS; display your ability to talk about interesting legal issues in a clear and concise manner. We aren't looking for huge, flowery pieces of work. Just let us know you own opinion on a legal issue or a case in no longer than 2,000 words and you are in with a chance at winning this prestigious prize. The winner of the prize will be announced at our champagne publication reception in February.

To learn a bit more about what the firm offers in the Summer Placements, have a look here



As part of the terms and conditions of this agreement, only students that meet the minimum requirements for graduate schemes will be given to CMS for consideration. These requirements are: 320 UCAS points at higher/advanced higher, on track to achieve a 2:1 degree and able to start a traineeship in 2016.


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Plus 360 UCAS points at higher/advanced higher.