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Linklaters is offering a trip to Hong Kong in a graduate recruitment competition launched today.
As part of Linklaters’ “360 reasons to join Linklaters” campaign students are being asked to answer five simple questions and ask one of their own online.
All entrants will receive an invitation to join a live online audience for a commercial awareness panel event on 4 December 2012.
Selected winners will be invited to attend the event at Linklaters’ London office, where chosen members of the audience will pose their questions directly to the panel.
The winner of the trip to Hong Kong, who will be announced on the night, will visit Linklaters’ Hong Kong office and the offices of the Hong Kong Refugee Advice Centre, one of the causes supported by Linklaters’ ‘Link Up. Change a Life’ campaign.
To promote the competition Linklaters is taking a human gyroscope around 12 universities – the University College of London, Manchester, Warwick, Exeter, Bristol, Kings College London, Birmingham, Leeds, York, Oxford, Durham and Nottingham.
The closing date for entries is 18 November.
The competiton is also being promoted through Twitter by @LinklatersGrads using the #360reasons hashtag.
In July, Linklaters announed it was to allow non-law students to apply for summer vacation schemes in their penultimate year for the first time (19 July 2012).