Benefits of secondmentBy Billy Sexton, Editor, AllAboutLaw.co.uk By Billy Sexton, Editor, AllAboutLaw.co.uk
International and client secondments are periods of around three to six months (the equivalent of one ‘seat’) and can be a key part of a training contract. Why? Simply because of
International secondments: the firm perspective By Emma Finamore By Emma Finamore
International secondments are offered to all trainee solicitors at White & Case. This unique experience develops a trainee’s skillset and allows them to fully develop into a lawyer specialising in cross-border, international work. We spoke to Christina Churchman, Graduate Resourcing & Development Manager at White & Case, about this exciting opportunity.
International secondments: the lowdownDavid Carnes David Carnes
An international secondment is a critical part of many training contracts. On international secondment, the trainee is transferred to the offices of an overseas client (or in some cases a branch office of the same law firm) for a period of three to six months. Although international secondments are often highly sought after, the fact remains that some people dread them. There is no need for this.
Secondment FAQsBy Lauren Bowes, Editor, AllAboutLaw.co.uk By Lauren Bowes, Editor, AllAboutLaw.co.uk
You might think that once you've got your training contract you're set for life; you've joined the only company you'll ever need. That could be true – but if you're maybe
What is a secondment?By Billy Sexton, Editor, AllAboutLaw.co.uk By Billy Sexton, Editor, AllAboutLaw.co.uk
During your hunt for vacation schemes and training contracts you may have stumbled upon the term secondment. But what on Earth does this mean? First things first; there are two main types