Into The Law Magazine – Latest Issue Out Now


The latest issue of Into The Law Magazine is now live in the Apple Newsstand for iPad and iPhone owners and via Issuu on the web for those of you on other mobile devices or desktop/laptop.

Into The Law is our sister publication – a digital magazine packed with great advice and information for anyone pursuing a career in law.

The Latest Issue

This issue comes out in January, a time when many of us resolve to make some changes for the year ahead.

As well as giving up chocolate and dusting off the running shoes its also important to consider what you are going to do towards your career development in the coming year. Simon Price of DWF has some great ideas for new year career resolutions for you.

This issue also brings you more sage advice on developing commercial awareness, how to use social media to your advantage and the importance of belief as you tackle the recruitment process.

The mag also bring you more candid advice from those who hold the keys to the training contracts, the graduate recruiters. They give their thoughts on the important task of researching firms and drawing up your shortlist to apply to.

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Access the latest version of the magazine and read back issues:

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Features In The Latest Issue:

+ 10 New Year Careers Resolutions
+ Demonstrating Commercial Awareness To Law Firms
+ Social Media: The Door to a Training Contract?
+ Have You Planned Your Applications?
+ The Importance Of Developing Belief
+ Q&A: Graduate Recruiter Question Time
+ Book: Commercial Awareness 2013/14

Have Your Say

The next issue of ITL is already cooking nicely.

However, I would love to know what you want us to cover in future issues so please submit your suggestions here >>>

And if you want to write for the magazine and bolster your CV just send in your ideas.

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