Jasmine Boadi is a trainee at a top City outfit, and she has something she wants to share
I’m doing a law degree, but the CILEx route is pulling me in
Subpar A-levels or my ex-poly uni: What’s preventing me from getting a training contract at a top firm?
I have a first class construction degree and big ambitions
Today is an opportunity to reflect on our mental health
The hours, the responsibility, the holidays, the money
More useful than chocolate and satsumas
I’m back on track now but worried the damage has already been done
Are the megabucks worth the crazy hours? Or have these firms fallen foul to unfounded stereotypes?
Share your experiences below the line
One aspiring lawyer harbours concerns that a lack of A-Levels will hinder his legal career
Newly qualified solicitor questions a return to education
International law student ponders life in England
I won’t fit in if the legal profession is that superficial
Unacceptable brashness or praiseworthy initiative?
The legal profession and its true approach to diversity
I got a 2:2 in my law degree because I suffered from depression, can I still get a training contract?
I hope my degree result isn’t an insurmountable hurdle
Maybe I should’ve headed straight for a training contract
I can’t afford a new weave but my natural hair may be too much
Fight or flight, I need to make my decision by the end of the week
I want to enjoy my holidays
Tips from someone who’s actually done it
I just don’t know what I’m supposed to do about it
Includes advice from future magic circle trainees
Dream job isn’t what it says on the tin
I’m desperate to stand out but I just don’t know how
Keep calm and carry on, says first-year law student Christianah Babajide
Or should I just call it quits?
If so, how do I sweep my low 2.1 under the carpet?
Confused over covering up my ink
Please don’t tear me apart for asking
And even if you do, will your partnership prospects be damaged?
The debatable usefulness of small talk over a glass of wine
Career salvation as a lawyer, potentially…
Trendy haircuts and law firms