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Saudi Law Graduates To Benefit From Specialist Skills Program

Outstanding Saudi law graduates will be receive intensive practical training from a team of specialist advisers as part of a second Future Adviser Program announced on Tuesday by the Center of Legal Studies and Research.

The 12-month program aims to qualify young legal talents, and develop their skills in legal and regulatory consultation, as well as legislative drafting.

Applicants for the program must be Saudi nationals, recent graduates from the years 2023-2024, and hold a bachelor’s degree in law with an academic GPA of no less than 3.75/5 or 2.75/4 or its equivalent.

They must be under 27, have no more than six months of practical experience after academic qualification, and should not be currently employed or enrolled in any study program.

Proficiency in English is also required, with a minimum score of 4.5 in IELTS, 70 in STEP, or 460 in TOEFL or its equivalent.

Benefits of the scheme include enrolment in training and personal and professional development programs, as well as a monthly stipend and medical insurance for the trainee and their family.

Applications for the program can be made via the center’s website from Monday, July 15 until July 29.

Initial applications that meet the criteria will be approved, followed by cognitive and legal ability tests. Applications will conclude with personal interviews, medical examinations, and official requirements.


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