• A career in insolvencyBen Robson, Licensed Insolvency Practitioner, Bridge Newland Limited.

    A career in insolvency is perhaps not everyone’s first choice. However, it is still one of the highest regarded routes for finance professionals and many people actually fall into an insolvency

  • Careers with a Law DegreeMaudie Powell-Tuck, All About Law

    Considering that around 30,000 students start a law degree every year and there’s only roughly 5,500 training contracts (not to mention a limited number of vacation schemes) and 500 pupillages on offer each

  • Company SecretaryBy Stephanie Mitchell, Marketing Manager, ICSA

    Thinking alternatives to law? Think company secretary Organisations have to work increasingly hard to secure and maintain public trust. Company secretaries play an essential part in helping organisations of all kinds to

  • Court CareersBy Billy Sexton, Editor, AllAboutLaw.co.uk

    A court career, eh? Well, aren’t you the aspirational young person, wanting nothing more than to wear that funny white wig and serve justice our left, right and centre. Okay, fewer stereotypes,

  • Non-law careers for law graduatesBy Billy Sexton, Editor, AllAboutLaw.co.uk

    Just because you do a law degree doesn’t mean you have to follow a career as a lawyer. We’re keen to stress that you’re not letting anybody down by not becoming

  • What do lecturers actually do?Rebecca Huxley-Binns, Senior Lecturer in Law, Nottingham Law School,

    My contract of employment describes me as a “Lecturer in Law”, but lecturing is in fact a very small part of the role of a teacher of law in higher education,