Ashurst Graduate Recruitment Brochure 2013–14
Here at Ashurst, we have a strong entrepreneurial culture; we are neither so rigid nor so institutional that individualism cannot flourish. We are a truly international firm, with 25 offices and two associated offices across Europe, the US, the Middle East, Asia and Australasia. Working at Ashurst will allow you to encounter a wide range of challenges, to get close to different types of business and to experience different cultures.
- Why Ashurst?
- Work and locations
- People and culture
- Your career
- Who we need
- How to apply
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