Elizabeth Rimmer from legal charity LawCare discusses why it's so important for aspiring lawyers to think about their mental health, how you can manage your mental health in your search for a legal career, and what law firms are doing to support trainees and newly-qualified lawyers in this area.
updated on 23 April 2020
You might also like
It's training contract season, so here are our tips on securing a training contract - from finding the right firm for you, to crafting a successful application.
Rejection is unfortunately part of the recruitment process - and it's an experience you can learn from. Here are our dos and don'ts of how to behave and how to contact recruiters after you have received a rejection email.
The legal profession is open to career changers and mature students and there are many skills you can bring across from previous experiences. To give yourself the best chance of success on this competitive career path, here are our tips.
At LawCareersNetLIVE 2019, we spoke to partners and trainee solicitors from Baker McKenzie, BLM and Osborne Clarke about how lawyers can juggle work-life balance, and what firms are doing to support employees.
It’s a strange time to be pursuing a legal career, but there are plenty of things you can be doing during this time to stay motivated and focused. Here are our top tips.
Many events and networking opportunities have been moved online, so it's important to build and maintain a digital presence. Here is our advice on how to make the most of virtual interactions and use this time to develop your legal career.