Meet the Recruiter
This section aims to dissect that most-powerful personality, the graduate recruiter. We have – on your behalf – cut them open, rummaged around in their insides and examined what makes them tick. The resulting profiles are a great way for you to get a sense of the men and women who have the ability to welcome you to the profession with open arms or close the proverbial door in your face.
This week's featured recruiter
- Alex Mundy
Alex Mundy has heaps of graduate recruitment experience and advice on how to impress (and what to avoid) when applying to Dentons. Read on for her pearls of wisdom.
Recently featured recruiters
- Ed Mills-Webb, Caroline Walsh, Hayley Ives and Emily Haseldine
A quartet of recruiting experts, Clyde & Co’s team of four has advice aplenty and energy to burn. Read on to meet the fearless foursome that is Ed, Caroline, Hayley and Emily.
- Janine Arnold
Don’t be fooled by what you might have heard about Slaughter and May – as trainee recruitment manager Janine Arnold attests, it’s an accessible firm with a friendlier culture than its name suggests to augment its elite-level practices. Read on for an insight into the firm and its recruitment process.
- Anup Vithlani
Some like it hot, and that's certainly how Trowers & Hamlins' graduate recruitment manager likes his Nando's. Find out more about Anup Vithlani and his taste buds of steel, here.
- Heather Cornish
Heather Cornish of Winckworth Sherwood discusses the unique details of the firm's summer work experience scheme, as well as its "partners of the future" recruitment ethos - read on for her forthright wisdom on all things career-related.
- Rebecca Withers
London Grammar fan Rebecca Withers has plenty of advice to share on applying to a firm with the unique identity and specialisms of Ince & Co. Read on for her words of wisdom.