Social networking, communication, negotiation, conveying the right attitude - lawyers need all of these 'softer' skills to complement their hard-earned legal expertise and analytical intelligence. Like any other skill, these abilities can be improved by conscious effort.
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University of London, University College
Public International Law is more interesting than I could have hoped for. I have attended meetings with foreign government officials and dealt directly with lawyers from several jurisdictions. Perhaps best is the unpredictability: you never know who will drop in for an impromptu meeting while passing through London.
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A SW London firm seeks an enthusiastic trainee for a September 2014 start. http://t.co/4PqWjXIeYk
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Anthony Dursi, outreach and external relations manager at Inner Temple, talks through the different stages to complete in order to launch a career at the Bar and shares his tips for success.
Over the last week, I’ve been watching the Oscar Pistorius trial as it is streamed online.
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