Social networking, communication, negotiation, conveying the right attitude - lawyers need all of these 'softer' skills to complement their hard-earned legal expertise and analytical intelligence. Like any other skill, these abilities can be improved by conscious effort.
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Ashfords provides excellent opportunities to develop your legal expertise whilst undertaking high quality work for regional, national and international clients. With a strong culture of supervision and the ability to work in London, Bristol or the South West, the firm really is hard to beat.
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I am currently researching which firms to apply to for a training contract. How many applications is it sensible to make? Obviously I want to make good applications and focus on those firms which best match my interests, but there are so many firms it is hard to whittle down the list!