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We have all been there, sweaty palms and a nervous stutter. Interviews can be a damaging experience if you feel they didn't go well - coming up with all those perfect answers that you should have, would have and could have said once you've left the room. Here are some tips on what not to do in...

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1 June 2015
Holly Blee

Holly Blee
Resourcing Consultant, Finance, Commerce & Industry, Public Sector and Not for Profit

It was recently announced that international accountancy firm PricewaterCooper (PwC) plan to scrap A Levels as an entry requirement into their highly prestigious graduate scheme. The company have now claimed they will reject UCAS points, a system that converts A Level and other exams results...

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26 May 2015
Bhavisha Dandikar

Bhavisha Dandikar
Marketing Administrator,

LinkedIn is an excellent tool for keeping in touch with useful contacts you make throughout your career and even for making new connections who may be able to assist you along the way. So with this in mind, it is extremely beneficial for you give off a good impression when using the network....

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27 April 2015
Adam Rouse

Adam Rouse
Consultant, Finance, Public Sector

In a recent blog I discussed the new changes for paralegals to qualify as a solicitor through a new and more flexible route. Under the SRA Training Regulations 2014 exemptions to the training contract may be granted to an LPC graduate who can demonstrate they have met the same standards as...

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22 April 2015
Elizabeth Chappell

Elizabeth Chappell
Senior Consultant, Legal, Private Practice and In House

Having studied the 'Financial and related professional services - a national asset' which was released last month, I realised how lucrative a career in finance can be. The report focuses on how financial and related professional services are making a significant contribution to prosperity and...

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20 April 2015
Hayley Coulthard

Hayley Coulthard
Consultant, Finance, Commerce & Industry