Law Society blog - careers
Here are all the posts tagged with "careers".
17 March 2020
Zoë Paton-Crockett, partner and head of Commercial Property at North West law firm Butcher & Barlow, shares her path to law.
14 January 2020
Law Gazette Jobs, the legal careers portal from the Law Gazette newspaper, asks is 2020 the year you want to move from associate to senior associate, or change career direction?
27 February 2019
Trainee solicitor Hilda-Georgina, blogging for The Lawyer Portal, explains that a common thread uniting graduates contemplating a legal career, trainee solicitors, and recently qualified associates (2-3 years PQE), is the desire to work in an environment where employees are made to feel valued.
09 October 2018
It all began for me at university. Up to that date, my life had essentially been one of carefree fun, with little or no real responsibility.
29 May 2018
So, you've been through the recruitment process and been offered a training contract? Congratulations – it's a milestone achievement!
30 January 2018
Like any sector you’re trying to get into, to make an impact and be noticed in the world of law, you have to write your CV so it stands out. How do you do that for the legal sector? Try these tips.
17 January 2018
If you’re not bringing in new work (or at least sowing the seeds to make sure you have a pipeline of future work), your firm/department/practice’s commercial future isn’t going to be as bright as you’d like it to be. Business development is rarely as high up on the priority list as it should be because there’s not enough time, it’s not your job, there are too many other things to do.
06 September 2017
As the saying goes, what is worth doing is worth doing well. If you want to secure a judicial appointment you should sit down and make a plan.
08 March 2017
This year a record number of solicitor advocates were appointed to Queen's Counsel. Adam Johnson, one of the six appointed, shares his tips for success.