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25 Nov 2009
Managers warned to watch their backs on Facebook
Social networking sites can destroy legal careers, so it pays to take a look at new workplace legislation that governs social media communications bet...
20 Nov 2009
Preparation is key for lawyers considering changing job roles
With the economy showing signs of recovery, many lawyers are hoping it will mark a chance to further their careers. Our experts suggest that now is th...
17 Nov 2009
Mid-tiers lead the silver lining in recruitment recovery
Every cloud...: Experts believe mid-tier recruitment is the silver lining following the rash of legal redundancies this yea Write comment...
13 Nov 2009
Is Australia on the verge of a legal recruitment storm?
CHANGED UTTERLY: Opinion is divided as to whether the recruitment levels in the legal industry will ever recover to those seen b Write co...
13 Nov 2009
Secrets of graduate recruiting linked to Facebook
Ernst & Young has seen the number of graduate applications increase by 20 per cent this year as a result of its successful graduate recruitment st...
13 Nov 2009
Job interview blunders: ten of the best/worst
A recent survey in the US has proved that whatever blunder you think you may have made in a job interview, somebody, somewhere, has done something muc...
12 Nov 2009
What sort of salary packaging benefits can I get in an in-house role?
One question many lawyers ask when considering a move into a in-house role, is what sort of salary packaging benefits are available for in-house lawye...
5 Nov 2009
Explore the law: experience in different practice areas
While it helps to specialise, exploring other areas of law will be a great career advantage, writes Ben Carter. Lawyers usually become very specialise...
5 Nov 2009
How do I answer behavioural questions in a job interview?
Been called in for a meeting, have your shoes shined, hair combed, but still wondering how to find the right way to answer behavioural questions in an...
3 Nov 2009
Working in the Middle East: Tales of a lawyer in Saudi Arabia
Life as a lawyer in Saudi Arabia can be a little daunting, writes Hyder Gulam, but it's a valuable experience if you know what to expectFollowing a st...
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