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Assessment centres are an increasingly common part of the recruitment process for law firms, offering as they do the chance to see candidates in the round. Oliver Savill, director of AssessmentDay, offers his advice on what to expect and how to impress.
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Attending an assessment centre as part of the TC application process? Useful advice from @assessment_day: http://t.co/1bZLtxKwfJ
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