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Meet the Recruiter
Graduate recruitment adviser Lydia Block has only been at Taylor Wessing for a matter of months, but she has insight aplenty on how to stand out from the crowd.
Meet the Lawyer
The route from a sciences degree to a career as an IP solicitor is well established, although Katie Rooth is quick to point out that a sciences background is not a prerequisite for working on all things patented and trademarked. Read on to find out more about Bristows, its training contract and its IP litigation practice.
Be part of the Inn crowd: joining an Inn of Court
You ve got to be in it to win it – true of the National Lottery and true of a career at the Bar. As Inner Temple s Outreach Manager Struan Campbell kindly explains, thanks to the myriad of networking, scholarship and training opportunities on offer, there s much more to gain from joining an Inn than a few posh dinners.
This short video is a snapshot of the fantastic successes achieved by our alumni working all over the world in law, business, politics and more.
Clyde & Co LLP
Get inside Clyde & Co with its info-packed brochure, highlighting the exciting opportunities at this internationally renowned firm.
The Training Contract Pupillage Handbook
The Training Contract Pupillage Handbook is now available, FREE, from university careers services and law faculties. Make sure you collect your copy of the preeminent print resource for future lawyers. The Handbook provides in-depth information and advice about how to launch your legal career, features details of over 1,000 potential employers and much more. Don’t miss out on accessing this crucial information!
With the help of volunteers the Personal Support Unit is helping vulnerable people to access their rights
While PSU volunteers do not give legal advice, they do provide practical and emotional support, something that is invaluable in the technically complex and emotionally fraught environment of the civil and family courts.
Searching for unicorns
In financial terms, what are unicorns and why do investors seek them out?
Communication skills: specific advice for trainee solicitors
The requirement for ‘good communication skills’ is such a common one – on job applications of all kinds but particularly for legal roles – that it has almost become a cliche.
University of Plymouth | Partner
I became interested in law when I saw what it could do to help people change their lives for the better. At Hodge Jones & Allen this is what we do, and I still get a kick out of it every day.