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The 2020 Interviews: James Partridge of Allen & Overy
James Partridge is the graduate recruitment partner and training principal at A&O, previously a partner in litigation.
The Post-Carbon Economy with Norton Rose Fulbright: Part 1
Climate change is the greatest challenge facing the world today and its impact will be felt across every industry and legal sector. Understanding this is critical for the next generation of lawyers.
Why is the legal profession shifting from practices to sectors?
We spoke to Clyde & Co about why (and how) firms are moving towards a sector-based approach…
Flex Legal's new app for SQE qualifying work experience
The big opportunity with the SQE is the flexibility around how you get your two years' qualifying work experience. Flex Legal have launched a new app to facilitate that journey. We spoke to their COO, Sam Gunn...
How to qualify as a lawyer in Hong Kong
We interviewed Aruna Verma, Associate Professor at The University of Law’s Hong Kong campus. She shared her expert view on how you can join this dynamic scene.
From autumn 2021, the Solicitors Qualifying Examination will replace the LPC as the new route to qualifying as a solicitor. What's changing with the SQE? Quite a lot...
To be commercially aware in 2021, you have to know how coronavirus has affected the work done by lawyers.
If you’re looking for legal work experience, it’s hard to beat a vacation scheme – one or two weeks spent at a firm can help you decide not only if the law is right for you, but also what kind of firm suits you and what practice areas you’d most like to delve into.
Is legal education preparing students adequately for a fast-changing profession? We asked ULaw...
The Secret Barrister interviews with Chambers about the state of legal aid and the content of their new book, Fake Law.
The latest comparison data
At this global firm, trainees up and down the country can get a taste of international work. DLA holds no less than seven strongholds across the UK.
Find your favourite flavour at Freshfields, where you can fill two years with eight different seats – and get some of the best training in town.
With a longer heritage than some magic circle firms and an international presence to rival them, Ashurst is one of the City's biggest players.
This polished silver circle firm has a gleaming reputation in the private client and corporate spheres.
Blockbuster global firm Latham has 30 offices worldwide bristling with 2,600 lawyers and is intent on giving a scene-stealing performance in London.
Taylor Wessing does stellar work for startups and other, more established, cutting-edge companies – and prides itself on being similarly innovative.
Exit Canary Wharf tube and you're surrounded by the world's major banks, a scrolling stock market ticker and many, many suits – this is the world of Clifford Chance.
R-P-C; one two three; find out what it means to trainees: insurance expertise, a disputes focus and “a culture that’s a major selling point.”
TLT's ascension to the national stage and ambitious plans make it an attractive proposition in Bristol, Manchester and London.
You might know a hundred finance-heavy international firms, but if you don’t know City-kid Stephenson Harwood, you don’t know ship.