Monthly Archives: May 2012

20 things jobseekers shouldn’t say on twitter

With digital screenings becoming as popular as drug testing and reference checks it is more important than ever that you watch what you say online. It may seem harmless now, but it could be the thing that keeps you from … Continue reading

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How blogging can help get your career started

After struggling to get his foot on the legal ladder, Krishnan Nair started blogging to stand out. Now, having landed a writing role, he argues why graduates from all disciplines should do it too… Read More

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How your Facebook picture can damage your personal brand

Can a good picture help your personal brand? Maybe. Can a bad photo on Facebook ruin your brand? Absolutely. Here’s a nifty infographic from LinkingR about the level of damage your image can make to your online identity on Facebook … Continue reading

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Crown Prosecution Service announces that it is hiring trainees again

In exciting news for those of you keen on a life of public prosecution, the CPS has announced that it is relaunching its Legal Trainee Scheme and will be offering 15 training contracts or pupillages to candidates who have already … Continue reading

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Acing that Pupillage Interview

Hurray – you’ve managed to impress with your pupillage application. But yikes – now you’re looking down the barrel of an interview. Take a few deep breaths, and consider what you can do to help your chances. Here, experts from … Continue reading

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