Getting junior lawyers into good financial habits from day one

By Jerome Doraisamy|07 June 2019

Law graduates learn about trust accounting for clients to be admitted, but when it comes to managing personal finances, how well are junior lawyers looking after themselves?

In this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, Jerome Doraisamy and SkilledSmart founder and law graduate Paridhi Jain discuss how the next generation of lawyers can better set themselves up financially so that they may not only be more on top of their own lives, but be better, more successful lawyers as a result.

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