Working in the corporate division of a City law firm has a reputation for being all hard slog and no fun, despite the high salary. But Alex Bean says his firm has taken a different approach
Whether you are a law student considering which firms to apply for or a newly-qualified solicitor deciding whether to stick or twist, you need to make a choice that is right for you. Naturally people enjoy different environments and have varying ambitions but recent reports in the legal press have highlighted the low morale of many junior solicitors at City firms, who are significantly unhappy with their quality of life.
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