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The Scott + Co Scottish Legal Awards 2018

Mar 2018

We all had a great night at the Scott + Co Scottish Legal Awards on Thursday 15th March 2018!

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FWA proudly sponsors the Women in Law Debate 2018

Mar 2018

Women in Law Debate, Edinburgh

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Retain over Recruit

Feb 2018

When it comes to recruitment, much of the emphasis lies in working out a strategy to attract the best people to your firm / organisation. You know you need to pull out all the stops.

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What can influence taking a new job?

Jan 2018

As individuals move through their career, then family considerations can take increasing or decreasing importance when it comes to making a move.

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TANQ Seminar – Wednesday 21st February 2018

Jan 2018

FWA is looking forward to attending the TANQ Seminar on Wednesday 21st February at the Royal Faculty of Procurators in Glasgow.

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How to Move In-House

Jan 2018

In-house remains as attractive as ever to private practice lawyers looking for that ‘fresh challenge’ and that ‘different role’ particularly in terms of commerciality and business interaction.

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Don’t let Blue Monday get you down

Jan 2018

This time of year is always a time of reflection, of the past year, of what you want to achieve in the coming year.

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CV Guidance & Tips…that old chestnut!

Dec 2017

Before you even begin putting pen to paper you can add more value to your candidacy if you stop and think about what you actually want to communicate in your CV.

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Five Secrets: How to Stay Ahead of Technology

Dec 2017

Since the 1990s, there has been a continued focus on developing client relationships, as the market becomes more competitive, and indeed we are finding ourselves in competition with technology itself. Since then we have found ourselves in an ongoing impossible race with technology.

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Interview as an Equal

Nov 2017

Most candidates are faced with anxiety and nerves before and during an interview, wondering if they are saying the right things, reacting quickly enough to the interviewer’s questions, if the gleam of sweat lying on their brow and sticky hands have been noticed, and are coming across like a worthy employee.

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