Adam Hattersley offers advice to trainee solicitors worried about not being retained by their firms
As they approach the end of their training contract, most junior lawyers ask themselves ‘the Clash Question’: should I stay or should I go?
For most, this is a personal and subjective question. It will depend on your experience during your time at the firm, your long-term career ambitions, and the relationships you have built with your colleagues. This, however, is only one side of the coin.
The pressures of securing a training contract have long since passed and you have had nearly two years of hard work on a steep learning curve. But now, a troublesome question looms on the horizon – ‘Will I be retained ...
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