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“Everybody and their mother has a book and a podcast these days.” – Loren Weisman. The surge in the consumption of podcasts over the last few years has been unrelenting. To put its historical growth into perspective, Apple introduced podcasts as a part of iTunes back in 2005. In under 10 years, iTunes grossed theContinue reading “3 Factors Driving Podcasting’s Unrelenting Popularity”
I’m always reading the next book. Taking notes. Highlighting, researching, studying. It doesn’t stop. – Jocko Willink. Look around any lecture hall at any university today and you’ll realise one thing very quickly – old fashioned methods of writing notes by hand have given way to a preference for tech-driven and digital tools. Traditionally manyContinue reading “Amanote – a student note-taking alternative?”
“I’ve discovered that every time I’ve reached a milestone, I think I’m there – but there’s another there waiting for me.” Sara Benincasa. Students often place a lot of emphasis on securing a Training Contract or Vacation Scheme when trying to enter the legal profession. However, whilst beginning your training as a solicitor is anContinue reading “Making the Leap: From Trainee to NQ”
“No one else in this market is focused on viewing the legal market in this way.” Brian Stearns. It has long been well-known that the very nature of being a lawyer forces you to be reactive to changes in the law. After all, it is the very basis on which you give your advice toContinue reading “Workstorm: with Brian Stearns”
“If you are trying to take a difficult decision and you’re weighing up the pros and cons, you have frank conversations. Everybody knows this in their walk of life.” Tony Blair. Even though the journey to becoming a lawyer is a long and hard one, and even though they are often an integral part ofContinue reading “The pros and cons of the legal profession”
“Everything you want in life is a relationship away.” Idowu Koyenikan. Everyone knows that applying for first year opportunities, vacation schemes or training contracts can be a competitive process. As a result, taking opportunities to speak to and connect with the firms you’re interested in or applying to is of paramount importance. Typically, this hasContinue reading “An advantage with Vantage: connecting with leading legal firms”