Alongside my posts on social media, I’ve curated a number of resources, guides, e-books and more based on the topics I write about. You can find a full catalog of them below!
Commercial Awareness – A Guide: How to understand, develop and utilise your commercial awareness
£FREE, 2019 Edition
A short, easy-to-read guide designed to help you develop your understanding of commercial awareness – regardless of your profession. Full of examples, diagrams and case studies tailored to your reading, this guide is perfect for any aspiring professional, or those already in an industry wishing to develop their professional skillset.
If you enjoy the book, I’d greatly appreciate any feedback – either via an endorsement on my LinkedIn profile, or a review on Amazon.
Securing a Training Contract: Complete Course
£FREE, released in 2020
In collaboration with Gordon Chung and The Corporate Law Academy (TCLA), this free course aims to give you an overview of advice from the beginning to the end of a Training Contract or Vacation Scheme application for commercial law. Learn about researching firms, writing applications, interviews, networking and more! Complete in your own time and receive a certification once you’ve completed it. If you’re interested in subscribing to TCLA’s premium membership, use my code ‘HarryClarkLaw’ to get an extra 10% off!
If you enjoy the course, I’d greatly appreciate any feedback via a recommendation on my LinkedIn profile.
The Legal Graduate Application Guide
£FREE, released in 2019
As part of a series of posts on LinkedIn, I released a series of PowerPoint slides as a mini-guide for a handful of elements regarding applications for Training Contracts, Vacation Schemes, Open Days, Paralegal roles and other graduate positions in the legal sector. Whilst not wild on detail, it gives a few basics to keep in mind throughout the process. I utilised elements of this guide in my FAQ page, which covers some of the most common questions I get asked from students about applying for such roles.
If you found the book useful, I’d greatly appreciate any feedback via a recommendation on my LinkedIn profile.
I do my best to ensure that as many useful resources as possible are provided free of charge. Any time I invest into curating them from home is completely voluntary and I endeavor to make them high-quality and useful. For me, that means trying to answer questions I had throughout the process that I struggled to find answers to.
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