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Ben Jackson was attracted to TLT by its reputation and those of its lawyers whom he had met. Now one himself, he describes what else makes the firm a great place to train and the work he has been exposed to so far.


Insight into: client secondments

Client secondments provide trainees with a valuable opportunity to spend time working closely with a client in its in-house legal team; taking on greater responsibility, developing an understanding of the client’s business and building strong client relationships that will have long-term benefits well after the trainee has qualified. 

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O'Melveny & Myers LLP
Amel Fenghour
O'Melveny & Myers LLP

University of London, University College
Trainee Solicitor

Since joining O’Melveny & Myers I’ve worked on cases involving major airlines, technology giants and well-known private equity players. This experience, along with the firms commitment to training, has provided me with a great start to my legal career.

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LC.N asked Ince & Co's recruitment manager, Rebecca Withers, for advice on making the most of your law fair experience and the best ways to make a good impression with employers.

Ask the Oracle

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Legal work opportunities for postgrad students
Dear Oracle ...

I have recently graduated with a 2.1 in philosophy and plan to earn some money before enrolling on the GDL. What kind of paid work could I do which a) looks impressive to employers, and b) would be flexible enough to allow me to keep putting my legal career first?

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