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Law fairs are fantastic opportunities to meet a number of potential employers and to speak to those who work there. For aspiring lawyers, your university law fair is a key date to mark in your diary. Here's how to really make the most of the law fair and the opportunities it can bring.
updated on 03 April 2020
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