A magic circle firm or a top US firm? I have a training contract offer from both and don’t know which to pick

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Aspiring lawyer would appreciate readers’ advice

In the latest instalment in our Career Conundrums series, one wannabe solicitor can’t decide which training contract offer to accept.

“I have been offered a training contract from a magic circle firm and a leading MoneyLaw firm which has its headquarters in the United States. I can’t decide which one to pick and I’d appreciate readers’ advice on which they’d go for.”

If you have a career conundrum, email us with it to careers@legalcheek.com.

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