Spending time at the McLaren Honda Technology Centre is just one of the perks of the job for Gemma Barns, trainee recruitment adviser at Norton Rose Fulbright. Read on to learn more about this and the many other great things about working at this super firm.
There’s never been a more interesting time to join the big business world of City law. Don’t for one minute imagine that you need a certain type of background. City recruiters know it’s all about how far a person can go in the future, not where they’ve already come from.
The GDL has begun and I’ve just finished the first week. Watch to find out what my first impressions are and what I think about the course.
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Immersing myself into the opportunities provided by attending CityLawLIVE benefitted not only my applications, but my confidence and determination for a legal career.
Much as I love my job, every so often I find myself wondering what it would be like to work in a somewhat less formal and somewhat more fun environment. Last week, I had the opportunity to find out!
Adam KemenyThomas Eggar
University College London (UCL) | Trainee solicitor
You receive support from supportive and inspiring supervisors and colleagues who genuinely care about your development. At Thomas Eggar you are entrusted with varied work from an early stage and with a small trainee intake you have every opportunity to impress.
I want to pursue a career at a large City firm, but the various terms that such firms use to describe themselves – ‘international’, ‘global’, ‘magic circle’ and others – have got me confused. Do these various terms essentially mean the same thing?