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We're a mouthy bunch here at LC.N, so we thought why not harness that verbosity for the power of good and put our words down on paper (well, screen). Our new blog spot will feature contributions from various members of the team, on topics that range from social networking to how to wow at interview to the implications of the Legal Services Act. We welcome comments, so if we've said something interesting or something you disagree with, let us know by logging in to MyLC.N and leaving a comment! It’s the 21st Century way you know. Let the opinionated soapboxing begin…

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27/01/2015
Assess your application strengths and weaknesses

Matt Broadbent - Assess your application strengths and weaknesses

One of the biggest barriers to success in finding a career in law is the trouble many candidates have in successfully translating what they have done in their academic, work and extracurricular lives into a set of skills and attributes that are attractive to employers and backed up by evidence.

20/01/2015
CityLawLIVE plus: how to extract the most from your interactions with firms

Isla Grant - CityLawLIVE plus: how to extract the most from your interactions with firms

In December 2014 we held our fourth CityLawLIVE event. We were delighted with the calibre of delegates and the impressive roster of sponsors.

06/01/2015
New year’s resolutions for successful training contract and pupillage applications

Matt Broadbent - New year’s resolutions for successful training contract and pupillage applications

The new year is here already, with all the hopes of renewal, a fresh start and really getting things together.

18/12/2014
Women in Law: my perspective

Jonathan Andrews - Women in Law: my perspective

On 30 October 2014 I became the first male student to attend Shearman & Sterling’s annual Women in Law conference.

16/12/2014
Don't be a turkey

Matt Broadbent - Don't be a turkey

At this time of year, when every writer is shoehorning a festive theme into their articles, I've been thinking that in many ways applying for a job in the legal profession is like assembling a traditional Christmas dinner.


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