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I have read so many blogs over the past few weeks about the security of your personal information, and how many different ways that the world can access your career history. There was talk about aggregating all of your information … Continue reading
Success in any industry doesn’t just happen. Generally, success comes to people who work hard and have a clear career trajectory and target. Even for the most motivated people, it can be easy to lose sight of our goals and … Continue reading
The legal industry is notoriously fluid, in that lawyers can work for a number of different employers throughout their career, and there is constant movement within different law firms. But how do you ensure that your career is moving forward … Continue reading
When you leave a legal job interview, you may sigh with relief. But even though the interview is over, the job search process is not. There is lots of conflicting advice on post-interview protocol, but here are some suggestions to … Continue reading
The age old idiom is true – first impressions DO count. When it comes to your legal career, no matter how good your experience and qualifications are, if you don’t make a good first impression on the legal firm or … Continue reading
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