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Category Archives: In-house

Craig.Wilson

London and the South-East – a legal recruiters take on the UK Powerhouse Report by Irwin Mitchell and Cibr

Insider Media Limited posted an interesting article this month (Jan 2017) which brought to my attention a report produced by Irwin Mitchell and the leading economic think-tank Cebr (Centre for Economic and Business Research). The annual UK Powerhouse Report is described by Irwin Mitchell as

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Craig.Wilson

Just accepted an in-house role? Read this before marking up the contract of employment!

In-house is about being commercial and getting the deal done, yet for some lawyers the impression they give at offer/contract stage is anything but! After working hard to impress at interview, to demonstrate your knowledge, relevance of experience, cultural and personality fit, and overall suitability

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mike.huggins

Why do you want to move in-house?

When you go into an interview for an in-house role, unless you are already working in house, then it is almost certain that this fateful question is going to come up. In my experience there are two over-arching ways to answer this question (although many

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Mark.,Levine

What happens when you don’t accept an in-house job offer immediately..

Lawyers are taught to be cautious and considered – I understand that… but the role of an in-house lawyer is when put on the spot with a query to give an answer. A negative that is always thrown at lawyers is that they don’t make

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Mark.,Levine

Take the stepping stones to where you want to go

When working with businesses that are looking to recruit an in-house lawyer as you would expect they have a pretty clear expectation of ‘who/ what’ they are looking for. In the main the lawyers that make the move in-house at c1-4 years PQE are coming

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