News and Updates from FWA
Congratulations on your 7 year work birthday Karen and, as announced in December, your well-deserved promotion to Operations Manager! Karen demonstrates every day her innovative skills, passion and commitment. Her outstanding contribution to FWA makes her an invaluable member of the team and me and Cameron look forward to her management support as we look […]
We had a busy end to 2020 and this seems set to continue as we have already received some exciting new roles! We are looking to the year ahead with positivity, hope and gratitude for all our clients and candidates, who have not only supported and trusted us throughout this pandemic but over the past 25 […]
Frasia Wright Associates is celebrating 25 years’ of … recruiting Lawyer’s, building trust! Frasia Wright, Managing Director, has been involved in legal recruitment since 1988. She has worked in both New York and London and is today recognised as having the longest track record in Scottish legal recruitment, where her name is synonymous with professional […]
“I have enjoyed working with Frasia since the start of FWA – and indeed even before then – and the market knowledge and friendly personal touch has been consistent throughout. To maintain that position as an independent operator at the forefront of the Scottish legal recruitment scene is impressive. Very well done on the first […]
It’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of a career change – especially if your friends and peers are making what look like life-changing decisions or the job market is looking very enticing.
Flexible working is no longer a taboo and only for working mums, it is celebrated and enjoyed in the majority of work places. There are lots of benefits to flexible/remote working for both employee’s and employer’s which everyone here at FWA enjoys. Flexible working has many positive effects, the main one is a better work […]
Is the grass greener?’ We identified the growing emergence of in-house opportunities, as well as the fact that similar skills apply in both private practice and in-house.
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.
More and more lawyers now choose to work on an interim or project basis. For some it is an opportunity to return to or enter the market or when maternity leave or even a sabbatical has come to an end. It can also provide foreign qualified lawyers with experience of working in the UK. For […]
If successful recruiting is about more than just hiring people then People Development is the first stage in any programme focusing on Business Development.