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Becoming The Modern Lawyer: An Interview with Simon Price

Simon Price has inspired over 2500 law students across the country via The Modern Lawyer workshop. It’s a unique peak performance and employability workshop about how students can think strategically about their career and maximise their potential. I caught up with Simon and asked him to share some of his wisdom. The Interview Matt: When […]

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Video: Working for the Government Legal Service

Many people overlook the Government Legal Service when they are deciding where to apply to for their training contracts.  The third in our video series has lawyers working in various UK Government departments talking about their highlights of working for the GLS. For more information about this as a possible career option take a look […]

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Latest TSS Interview with a Local Government Solicitor

Name – Jo (requested surname to be withheld) Current Occupation (and Title, if relevant) – Solicitor Year of qualification – 2007 1. Why did you decide you wanted to be a solicitor? I undertook an undergraduate law degree with a view to enrolling with the police within their accelerated graduate scheme, over the three years […]

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Video: Training and Working in a Regional Law Firm

In the second of our video series, we focus on training and working in a regional law firm.  Here is a short film outlining the route to becoming a solicitor through training opportunities with Birkett Long solicitors in Essex and subsequent career development. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=whFdfpvzFb0&NR=1

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