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
- Lucy Lenygon
Lucy Lenygon is very clear on what Ashfords is looking for in its trainees. Find out whether you match up and more about life at this Southwest firm, which has plenty to offer aspiring solicitors.
Recently featured recruiters
- Sarah Harte
Sarah Harte is Taylor Wessing’s graduate recruitment officer – this way for advice on applying for a training contract at this full-service commercial firm that is also famed for its swanky roof-terrace socials.
- Catherine Griffiths
Catherine Griffiths of Hogan Lovells offers excellent advice on how to impress at law fairs, the skills needed to shine as a trainee and much more. Read on for her words of wisdom and depiction of life at this international firm.
- Ed Mills-Webb, Caroline Walsh, Hayley Ives and David Wilson
Clyde & Co’s graduate recruitment team have plenty of application and interview wisdom to share, plus insights into life at this great firm – read on to learn more.
- Linda Luong
Linda Luong of DLA Piper likes cheese, travelling and Fleetwood Mac, and knows a lot about how to impress graduate recruiters like her. Read her sound advice to put yourself ahead of the pack.
- Emma Hardman
Emma Hardman has plenty of recruitment insight to share about DWF, including advice on the video interview component of the firm’s application process for training contracts. Read on to learn more.