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2 Feb, 2017

Leeds JLD – Wine Tasting

Well, its the morning after the night before and what a night it was. Mid-week wine is not always well advised but on this occasion, dry January was far behind us.       Think Legal had the great pleasure of sponsoring and supporting the Leeds JLD in a wine tasting event held at the Raddison last night. […]

28 Nov, 2016

Investing in the Future

“We live in interesting times”. No doubt this is a phrase that has been mentioned in countless boardrooms across the Western World over the last 6 months or so. With Article 50 due to be invoked in March of next year and elections in France and Germany likely to provide further evidence of the rise […]

12 Oct, 2016

Why use a recruiter? #Winning

Why use a recruiter? I know it’s hard to believe (it took me a while to accept this chain of thought could even exist) but I have reached the conclusion that there are any number of lawyers, partners and HR people in law firms that think legal recruiters are an expensive, unnecessary waste of time. […]

19 Aug, 2016

What does work/life balance actually mean?

“What’s the culture like?”. “Is there an expectation to stay late in the office?”. “Are the firm flexible about lawyers working from home?”. As Legal recruiters I would say these are amongst the most common questions we get asked when talking to lawyers about alternative employment. As a result, and given the increasing importance of […]

25 Jul, 2016

Recruitment Innovation in 2016 – “Getting behind the CV”

Through the various meetings we have on a daily basis with law firm partners and senior HR professionals we constantly ask them about their recruitment experiences. “What problems do you encounter with recruitment agencies you partner with? What are your current frustrations with the recruitment process? What is the biggest problem for you in identifying […]

30 Jun, 2016

The Impact of Brexit on Legal Recruitment

The Impact of Brexit on Legal Recruitment I, like so many, woke up on Friday certain that we would maintain our place in Europe and achieve a level of status quo that would ensure currency stability and the continuance of an upward trend in the commercial environment. The collective nation spoke and no matter the […]