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Whilst studying for my A-Levels I was applying for apprenticeships and jobs and in order to be successful I had to have a great CV. It took me many attempts to write my CV and I asked a lot of people on how to write a good CV for someone with not a whole lot of work...

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13 January 2015
Alice Cresswell-Hogg

Alice Cresswell-Hogg
Administrator, Liverpool Division

Do you get to work in the morning cursing your commute? Do you get into work with a banging headache? If so, beware! In a study conducted at the University of California, researchers found that the stress of commuting takes a major toll on health by raising blood pressure and releasing stress...

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12 January 2015
Amy Bullock

Amy Bullock
Associate Director, Legal Recruitment Specialist

Through recent experience in interviewing candidates for potential in-house positions I have heard a wide variety of answers for the classic question that comes up in some format during almost every interview. "Please tell me your strengths and weaknesses.” The internet is full of advice...

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8 January 2015
Colette De La Terre

Colette De La Terre
Operations Manager, Central Services

This recent article on BBC News has left me thinking about the impact technology has had on modern society, and in particular, its role in the workplace. Digital culture is so deeply entrenched in how we live our lives in this modern age that it is difficult to imagine a single day...

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7 January 2015
Rachel Winfield

Rachel Winfield
Reception Administrator, Central Services

Findings from a new survey conducted by the Law Society's Junior Lawyers Division and from Young Legal Aid lawyers puts a modern perspective on breaking into the legal profession. It has been reported that 89% of aspiring lawyers have completed unpaid legal work experience and that one in four...

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17 December 2014
Michael Bailey

Michael Bailey
Senior Consultant, Legal, Private Practice