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Countrywide’s Tasha Dhami on being yourself, being curious and being prepared for an interview.
26/06/2020What can law students and graduates do to help prepare for Skype or Zoom interviews?
Last night, Lord Sumption, a Justice of the Supreme Court, was trending on Twitter. This, I think, was a first. The furore was linked to an interview given by Lord Sumption to the Evening Standard.
The whole magic circle is among the latest batch of firms set to adopt the Contextual Recruitment System (CRS) in a bid to promote social mobility.
Law firms will be able to recruit future trainees from their second year at university due to a change in the graduate recruitment code.
The Law Society has replaced the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) as a signatory to the graduate recruitment code, becoming the fourth governing organisation.
In a veritable sea of application forms it can be hard to make an impression. Unfortunately your chances of getting to interview depend on it.
The Law Society of Scotland has urged law firms to avoid asking candidates about their educational background and to accept alternative form of work experience in a bid to ensure fair access to the profession.
10/06/2015Some students do splash out on business cards - but is it worth it?
Weightmans has revamped its trainee application process with the help of an external occupational psychologist.
23/04/2015Expert advice on making yourself attractive to legal recruiters.