Norton Rose signs up to initiative to identify minority candidates for vac schemes
Norton Rose has partnered with a not-for-profit organisation to help the firm sign up more black and ethnic minority (BME) candidates for its summer vacation scheme. The UK top 10 firm has signed an agreement to work with Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (SEO), an organisation which arranges placements with London professional services firms, including law firms and banks. The move is part of a diversity push at Norton Rose, with the firm hoping that the cooperation will help it identify BME interns for its two summer vacation schemes, which between them offer a total of 30 places.
Norton Rose has partnered with a not-for-profit organisation to help the firm sign up more black and ethnic minority (BME) candidates for its summer vacation scheme.
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