Having begun his career in the 90s recession, Mayer Brown head of banking and finance Dominic Griffiths has plenty of sympathy with those applying for training contracts today.
Advancing to the higher echelons of BigLaw requires an understanding of how professional services firms work, writes Norton Rose Fulbright partner Madhavi Gosavi.
Bagging a scholarship isn’t as hard as students often imagine.
During a journey from academia to management retiring University of Law president Nigel Savage accumulated a few basic rules.
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