Career advice

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Making the move in-house

As salary gaps between private practice and in-house become ever nearer, transitioning in-house is fast becoming the goal for many lawyers

Maintaining a work-life balance in your legal career

Legal careers can be rewarding, but can present challenges in maintaining a work-life balance. The following considerations help you meet expectations of your new role while keeping a work-life balance.

Challenges and opportunities faced by in-house legal teams

In recent years the role of in-house legal teams has significantly changed. We take a look at the challenges and opportunities faced today.

The complete interview guide

We’ve been in business for 32 years so we know a thing or two about what it takes to nail a job interview. Drawing on the knowledge of our expert recruiters we’ve developed this comprehensive guide, designed to help you conduct successful interviews and therefore outshine the competition. Regardless of your level, this guide will help you to perfect your interview skills.
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How to craft a killer personal brand statement

It’s the elevator pitch that tells recruiters and networkers what you’ve got to offer in a handy nutshell. Here’s how to get it right…

Adapting to your new legal job

Starting a new legal job can be both, an exciting and challenging time in your career. Robert Walters provides a range of tips on how to survive the adjustment period as well as your new boss.

Tips for moving in-house

If you are considering a move from in-house from private practice, competition can be high. Read some of our insider tips on how to make the jump and preparing for a career in-house.

What motivates law professionals

Robert Walters research indicates that across in-house and private practice, almost all lawyers nominated the type of work they do as main factor contributing to their overall job satisfaction.