The other night I went out for a curry with a bunch of associate solicitors to Tayyabs, a restaurant in Whitechapel. Being law geeks, with little capacity for conversation outside themes like the changing legal industry and ABSs, we ended up having a wine-fuelled discussion about what not to do in a training contract interview. Diligent as ever, I wrote notes – published below.
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