How To Vastly Improve Your Research

In my last post I explained why research through personal interaction is so important. Assuming you’re with me on that, I now want to give you some practical advice on how you can get this personal interaction. The aim is to help you vastly improve your research, fast track your knowledge and improve your chances of success. […]

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Why Your Research Could Be Killing Your Applications

If your pre-application research consists solely of consuming published information (whether written, video or audio) you may find your applications are dead in the water before you start writing them. To breathe life into your applications and set yourself apart from the masses you need to be doing additional research through personal interaction. You should spend […]

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New Training Contract Vacancy (Education Law), Suffolk

Vacancy Posted Here On: 13 November 2014 Name of firm/company: Not Known Location: Suffolk Job Vacancy: Training Contract Minimum Requirements: From Suffolk, or with strong connections to the location, you must be able to demonstrate a good academic record, with a minimum 2.1 at degree level, and an analytical mind. You will have a flexible approach […]

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What You Need To Understand About Law Practice Areas

In my last post I looked at How To Identify The Practice Areas You’re Most Interested In. It’s essential reading if you want to avoid being one of the large number of unsuccessful applicants. In this post I explain what you must learn about the practice areas when doing your research so you can identify those areas you’re most […]

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