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09/09/2015Today’s students want job satisfaction and they are prepared to work long and hard to get it, as our survey into student attitudes shows.
23/04/2015Expert advice on making yourself attractive to legal recruiters.
19/07/2013Don’t let your Facebook profile or Twitter feed ruin your chances, says professional public speaker and presentation coach Luan de Burgh.
The University of Law has gained a fifth chief executive in two years. Dr Stelios Platis had been in post for only five months.
07/09/2016How can you impress during a training contract? Our panel of experts has some advice on how to get ahead.
Milbank Tweed has handed its London lawyers a massive salary boost, following the lead of the New York market.
07/06/2016Cravath Swaine & Moore, one of the oldest and most prestigious firms in New York, has raised its starting salary for junior lawyers from $160,000 to $180,000, legal press in America have reported.
There was a 9 per cent rise in the number of trainees in 2014-15, according to the latest Annual Statistical Report published by the Law Society.
08/04/2016In the vast majority of jobs, if your computer revealed a Google search history of terms such as “speed”, “Vitamin R” or “chill pills”, you would – at the bare minimum – get a call from the management and a frosty meeting with the HR department.
Clifford Chance is keeping on 80 per cent of its spring 2016 qualifiers.
10 ways to get the most out of your training contract
Blackstone Chambers has increased its pupillage award from £60,000 to £65,000.
The Bar Council has confirmed that the Pupillage Gateway system for applying to pupillage will move to January as of 2017.
Want to be a lawyer but don’t fancy or can’t afford to go to university? For years and years, if that was your situation, it was too bad for you. The only way to qualify as a solicitor was to do a degree, go to law school, and then grab a training contract.
One in three young female lawyers have lost ambition and interest in progressing to senior management, a new study has found.
03/11/2015law firm can be a stressful place to work, but have you ever wondered why? What’s the impact on you and ultimately the services you provide to your clients?
30/10/2015“We are all flawed”, replies Angus McBride when asked whether he passes moral judgement on his clients.
29/10/2015Lawyer 2B’s tame barrister explains the intricacies of practice. This month she looks back on what she’s learned in the last three years.
The Bar Standards Board (BSB) has published its Professional Statement, describing the knowledge and skills newly qualified barristers should hold on day one of their career.
I am a lawyer with an interest in politics. And why not – most politicians have at least a passing interest in law, given that they write it. But what is it actually like for a junior lawyer to go into politics?