Monthly Archives: May 2013

The most common mistakes made in legal applications!

Sharon Jacobs, Graduate Marketing Advisor at Linklaters, shares the most common mistakes that she and her team see in legal applications. She gives an insight in to what students should aim to achieve in their job application and ways in … Continue reading

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Seven mistakes entrepreneurs make that kill their business

As your fledgling business starts to grow, its critical that you don’t inadvertently strangle it in its infancy. Here are some early pitfalls to avoid, according to Management Today… Read More

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A guide to breaking into London as a Graduate

So, you’re a soon-to-be graduate. With your whole life ahead of you this is a pretty exciting position to be in. If, like many, you’ve been considering a move to the Big Smoke then you’re in the right place. With … Continue reading

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Job hunting? Nine steps to building your personal brand

Blog article from the University of Warwick about the importance of establishing a strong personal brand when you are job hunting to ensure you stand out from the crowd and get that all important interview or job…Read More More help … Continue reading

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How to succeed in an In-tray exercise?

In-tray exercises are work simulation assessments, requiring a candidate to assume the role of an employee at a fictitious organisation. Candidates will be presented with a workplace scenario, which is usually a return from a holiday or break, requiring the … Continue reading

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A how-to guide to researching Law firms

Law firm research may not be the most thrilling of topics (or activities), but it’s impossible to net a training contract without it. Here LawCareers.Net gives you a handy guide to that much talked about but rarely explained concept and … Continue reading

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