Category Archives: Headhunting

Moving your legal career out of Australia: Why is it so difficult?

I noticed the announcement a couple of weeks ago in Lawyers Weekly that Michael Cripps was leaving as General Counsel of IAG to join international law firm Clyde & Co in Shanghai. Good luck to him. There is nothing particularly … Continue reading

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Guide to getting headhunted in the law industry

If you’re headhunted, it means that an employer has sought out your expertise and skills and offered you a job, usually while you are using those skills in another firm. Being headhunted can offer an enormous confidence boost, because it … Continue reading

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Writing an impressive legal resume

As with any career or industry, the presentation and layout of your resume is crucial in setting yourself apart from other candidates when applying for a job. It’s the first thing that your prospective employers will look at, and thus … Continue reading

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New recruitment website brings digital age to Lawyers

A brand new web-based talent bank has just launched, helping law firms across the globe to reduce their recruitment costs and find the right candidate quickly and easily. Twosteps is a revolutionary new organisation that uses cloud computing, digital media … Continue reading

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