Preparation pays off
Nick Jones, a senior consultant at legal recruitment specialists Hays ZMB, sets out a few pointers for graduates wishing to embark on the path to interview success
As law firms compete to attract and recruit the best lawyers of the future, so their graduate recruitment is becoming increasingly sophisticated. But while psychometric testing and competency-based interviewing are ever more prevalent, the traditional biographical interview remains their primary and determining method of trainee recruitment.
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