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Professional services sector have a history of attracting talented lawyers who wish to put their analytical skills to use in a non-legal context.

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A lack of commercial awareness is one of the most common reasons why graduates fall short in the interview process.

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Feel uncomfortable about self promotion or not sure about crossing the line between modesty and boasting? Here are some suggestions to make it easier.

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As a law graduate, choosing the right law firm for you can be a vexing decision? Here are the tips you need to make an informed choice.

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Legal professional bodies play role in standardising legal practice, representing the legal profession, and providing support to members of the legal community.

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International law encompasses private international law and public international law. These cover all legal issues that cross national borders.

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Learn how pursue career paths within the judicial system as a solicitor or a barrister or roles within the courts and tribunals system.

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Unlike lawyers in commercial firms, who work for a variety of clients, in-house lawyers can only provide legal advice to their direct employer. 

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Graduate careers in consulting

Ever wondered about a career in consulting? Here are the six skills and qualities highly sought after in the world of consulting.

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Sometimes life just gets in the way of all your best plans. It happens to the best of us. So, when things don’t go the way you planned, what do you do?

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There's plenty of career advice out there — some helpful, some not so much. Here's 5 common career myths to watch out for...

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We're always going to encounter critics. So when families nag or friends criticise the career decisions you’re making, what should you do?

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