- By AD Group
- By September 08, 19
Solicitors from Gowling WLG, Pinsent Masons and DWF tell us what their jobs are really like.. At ‘Secrets to Success Birmingham’ last week three lawyers from Gowling WLG, Pinsent Masons and DWF took questions from over 50 students in a discussion chaired by Legal Cheek journalist Adam Mawardi and hosted at The University of Law. Each of the trio worked in different practice areas — wit...Read More
The average annual earnings for partners at UK law firms has reached £200,000 for the first time, according to a chartered accountancy firm. Hazelwoods found that partners are now paid £201,000 on average, up from £187,000 last year and £149,000 in 2012. Partner profits took a hit after the financial crash, falling every year from 2008 to 2012, but have since bounced back, the study sugg...Read More
A new group has been launched in the Midlands to support women who work in the criminal law as concerns grow over the number of women who are leaving the profession. Women in Criminal Law (WICL), the brainchild of Katy Thorne QC, a criminal barrister based in London, was launched in London last year, with the new Midland branch now under way. Its aim is to encourage and empower working women...Read More
Source: The Law Society
In the next of a series of articles discussing the evolution of the legaltech sector and how it could revolutionise the legal industry, Law Society partner and equity crowdfunding platform Seedrs explains how developments within artificial intelligence (AI) are taking law ...
The Brain Tumour Charity is a cause close to our hearts here at Alexander Daniels and we attend the Charity Ball every year. This year, Alexander Daniels volunteered to participate in the £1000 challenge which means that we have a year to raise £1000 in any way that we can. So far we have raised money by donating a pound for weekly dress down but it wont stop there...make sure you stay tuned...Read More
By Lauren Beattie
When I started my recruitment career back in 2010 I was ever so excited when I got my first offer in. Finally, I had made some money and I began to think I knew exactly how this whole recruitment malarkey worked. How wrong could I have been……?
It turned out that getting to offer stage was only half the battle, in fact even when the candid...
By Lauren Beattie, Professional Services Manager
In this ever more time-precious world, two pages remains the optimum length for a CV, however, if in order to sell yourself properly this needs to be more then so be it! Just ensure that all the information is relevant to you and to the role, include a mix of responsibilities but also achievements, after a...