Be assured that those starting out their legal career in your team:
- Receive quality training and development support
- Get encouragement from like-minded peers in similar environments
- Gain formal training on important soft skills to apply in their day-to-day interaction with your commercial colleagues
- Are able to hone their legal skills and commercial acumen to help deliver better value back into your organisation
- Hear insight and best practice advice from senior commercial and in-house counsel experts to help their career progression
In addition, we also prepare content for Aspire members to take back to their legal team so they are able to share insights as well as relevant legal updates and information gathered at our events.
“In our experience, the long-term confidence and knowledge that trainees gain from the Aspire events hugely outweighs the short-term cost of a few hours out of the office. And you never know when the contacts they make through the network might prove useful for business purposes! We would certainly recommend Aspire and we support our trainee’s attendance at these events.”
Claire Woolley, Head of Corporate Legal, RAC
“Aspire is a great programme for in-house legal trainees, providing not only helpful training but also an instant network for in-house trainees who do not benefit from the grand scale trainee networks that a law firm would provide. Our legal trainee thoroughly enjoys the sessions and finds meeting other in-house trainees really helpful and fun.”
Maaike de Bie, General Counsel, Royal Mail plc
"Many thanks for the continued materials being provided by yourself and Lexis Nexis, I have found them to be very useful."
"I am seeing some real value from the weekly communications and am really enjoying the course!"
“Joining this group has been a great opportunity to sharpen my legal knowledge and commercial soft skills, allowing me to feel more confident in my role.”
“Sharing best practice and discussing challenges with others at the same stage of their career has been invaluable.”