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Brexit… 7 weeks later. Can you still find a new job?

11th August 2016

Well, it’s fair to say, the EU referendum result on 23 June caught a lot of people by surprise!  It was always going to be close but most people predicted a slight victory for Remain…waking up to a vote to Leave was a shock. How has this affected the legal market?  After the initial shock, […]

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Summer: The Perfect Time for a Career Evaluation

20th June 2016

The Summer tends to offer some respite from the business of life since the Christmas holidays more people are on holiday, Parliament closes down, transactions slow down it would be very easy to take your foot off the gas and enjoy the sunshine. Alternatively, you could use the downtime to think about your career!  If you […]

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2016: Highest NQ retention rates since the Recession

16th June 2016

With all of the economic uncertainty surrounding the upcoming referendum on EU membership, it is very pleasing to report that it has been very evident this year that law firms of all sizes have posted higher retention figures for NQ solicitors than we have seen since the recession, with only a small handful of notable exceptions. Equally […]

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The Qualification Season 2016: Frequently Asked Questions

8th June 2016

After years of working with trainees qualifying as solicitors, we have seen various questions asked and certain issues raised time and again.  In an attempt to pre-empt the same questions this year, we composed responses to the following: My firm has offered me a position but it is in the wrong discipline. Should I take […]

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The Qualification Season 2016: Private Client

5th June 2016

As part of The Qualification Season a series of blogs by CapeClarke aimed at trainee solicitors looking to qualify in September 2016 we will give a brief overview of the market conditions affecting many of the core legal disciplines that trainee solicitors look to qualify into. The next area of law for discussion is Private Client. The […]

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The Qualification Season 2016: Family

31st May 2016

As part of The Qualification Season a series of blogs by CapeClarke aimed at trainee solicitors looking to qualify in September 2016 we will give a brief overview of the market conditions affecting many of the core legal disciplines that trainee solicitors look to qualify into. The next area of law for discussion is Family. The Current […]

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The Qualification Season 2016: Intellectual Property

26th May 2016

As part of “The Qualification Season” a series of blogs by CapeClarke aimed at trainee solicitors looking to qualify in September 2016 – we will give a brief overview of the market conditions affecting many of the core legal disciplines that trainee solicitors look to qualify into. The next area of law for discussion is Intellectual Property. […]

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The Qualification Season 2016: Corporate Tax

22nd May 2016

As part of “The Qualification Season” a series of blogs by CapeClarke aimed at trainee solicitors looking to qualify in September 2016 – we will give a brief overview of the market conditions affecting many of the core legal disciplines that trainee solicitors look to qualify into. The next area of law for discussion is Corporate Tax. […]

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The Qualification Season 2016: Pensions

11th May 2016

As part of “The Qualification Season” a series of blogs by CapeClarke aimed at trainee solicitors looking to qualify in September 2016 – we will give a brief overview of the market conditions affecting many of the core legal disciplines that trainee solicitors look to qualify into. The next area of law for discussion is Pensions. The […]

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The Qualification Season 2016: Insolvency and Restructuring

8th May 2016

As part of “The Qualification Season” – a series of blogs by CapeClarke aimed at trainee solicitors looking to qualify in September 2016 – we will give a brief overview of the market conditions affecting many of the core legal disciplines that trainee solicitors look to qualify into. The next area of law for discussion is Insolvency […]

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