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This webinar shares tools and techniques for deciding how to stick with your goal even in the face of setbacks.
This webinar delivers top tips on what to expect when returning to work
This event will provide an opportunity for second year trainees to explore all aspects of preparing for qualification.
This webinar provides guidance on how to create a skills-based CV, rather than the traditional chronological approach.
This webinar gives an overview of agile and flexible working and how it can work for you
The webinar includes tips for how to build rapport, tackle difficult questions and overcome unspoken hurdles to success
This exciting event for undergraduates aims to cover all aspects of preparing for a career in the solicitors’ profession.
Got a practice-related query? The new edition of Guide to Good Practice is great value and handy for quick reference.
Addleshaw Goddard and one of their apprentices discuss the practicalities of the legal apprenticeship scheme.
Kayleigh Leonie looks at the results of the Junior Lawyers Division resilience and wellbeing survey and asks: Is your organisation doing enough to support the resilience and wellbeing of its employees?
The earnings figures provided in this factsheet are based on a sample of 204 individuals working in commerce and industry.
What to expect at an assessment.
Information on accreditation and re-accreditation costs.
Information about qualifying and working as a solicitor.
Information on the Law Society's Mental Health Accreditation Scheme including application information and process.
Information about becoming progressing your legal career.
"…composing documents or legal arguments well is a real art, and even to the good experienced drafter it is never easy." Lord Neuberger
Judge Julia Moffatt and Craig Lind discuss how solicitor judges can assist and inspire student advocates by taking part in mooting competitions and how aspiring judges can gain useful quasi-judicial experience by volunteering too.
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