Southeast: Life (just) outside London
The capital may suck in the lion's share of top tier work, but there are some interesting opportunities for City lawyers
There has been plenty of evidence of a decline in business for lawyers in London and many of the UK’s other main legal centres, especially in the fields of banking and big-ticket commercial work. It is an unsettling climate, especially for young lawyers looking at how they can make an impression and a name for themselves, particularly when they see that things are no better at the firm down the road.
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