Alex Lloyd has never been afraid to go off the beaten track, whether in finding the right job or the perfect (if less famous) Bob Dylan record. Now a corporate solicitor with his own marketing budget, Alex has plenty of sound career advice to share. Read on to find out more about life at entrepreneurial firm Gibson Dunn.
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.
Never in the history of legal acronyms have three letters caused such a stir. We're talking, of course, about alternative business structures (ABS). And with three years having passed since the first ABS licences were issued, it's time for an update on all things 'Tesco law' and what it now means for aspiring legal professionals.
I won’t lie to you: I cannot claim to know huge amounts about the complex world of business, but prodded into action by my involvement with CityLawLIVE, I know a lot more since I first started putting together LawCareers.Net’s weekly commercial round-up.
University of London, King's College Assistant Solicitor
One of Withers greatest strengths is the sheer number of international clients we represent. Being a member of the Russia and CIS practice allows me to advise clients from a multitude of cultures and backgrounds.
I moved to London from Ireland in 2012 to work as a paralegal and my firm has offered me a training contract. Unfortunately I am not eligible for the GDL loan, having not been in the country long enough. How can I fund my GDL?