Monthly Archives: October 2014

To disclose or not to disclose a disability in the job application process…?

In terms of disability, a common question from students is ‘should I disclose’? The answer to this question is not straightforward as it might first appear – despite legislation requiring that (with a few exceptions) employers treat applicants and employees … Continue reading

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Training contracts, pupillages and careers in law: get started with LCN

A new academic year has begun and the recruitment race is underway. LawCareers.Net have lots of tips on how to hot wire your way into a legal career, including full-throttle info on self-analysis, research, law fairs and where to seek … Continue reading

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Top tips from Solicitors Firms on getting a job in the law sector

Blog post from the University of Warwick on their findings from conducting various visits to solicitor firms over the summer break about how to break into the sector… Read More

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Where are the highest paid jobs in the UK?

Click on the map to see how much full-time employees earn a week by region, according to the latest Office for National Statistics figures… Read More

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16 tips for how graduates can engage with employers

What do employers welcome from graduates to build relationships when job seeking? Some business owners came up with their top tips for a recent student and employer networking event. Here’s what they said… Read More

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