Ok, so you slaved away on your written applications, and got an interview with the employer of your dreams. Fantastic, now what? Success in an interview is 90% down to preparation. Antonia George from Vinson & Elkins shares some more advice on questions which regularly crop up in interviews and her top tips on how to answer them. Here are … More How to answer interview questions
I’ve blogged before about how to write good applications, but there’s always room for more advice and a different take. I know that as you march determinedly towards the end of the examination period some of you will be planning to sit down to write applications. (Take a break first!) I asked Antonia George a trainee at … More How to write a great application – take 2!
If you’re coming to the end of your degree and you haven’t secured a “graduate” job yet, then it can be a scary time. Maybe you should have applied for jobs after all? Just why did all those applications come to nothing? What should you do now, go home and wait for the perfect job … More Should you take “just any” job?
How difficult can it be to do a CV? After all it’s just a brief history of your life. Sadly putting one together isn’t necessarily as easy as it sounds. I see quite a few drafts and here are my tips on how to avoid some of the more obvious mistakes.
Most law interview include some form of case study exercise and the prospect of it can be terrifying. What are employers looking for and how can you go about preparing for it and presenting it? There’s no simple formula but I do have some tips.