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Editor's Weekly: Gold rush

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  • What?

    Ultimately, you need to ask yourself what motivates you, if it's the pursuit of wealth and an interest in business, head for the city. There is no doubt that the city will recover and in the long term city lawyers will benefit. If, on the other hand, you have a genuine interest in crime and family, don't let the lower starting salaries deter you as you will presumably enjoy the work and if you're good enough, you will rise to the top quicker.

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  • More gloom from L2B

    Well done all of you clever people for getting good marks in your GDL, LLM, GCSEs (!) but I'm afraid London law is a meritocracy, pure and simple. If you're any good you'll get (and keep) a good job, regardless of what you studied. If any of you (law or non-law) think that you're somehow better because of what you studied at university you've got a rude shock coming. I note, incidentally, that just 9 of the 46 comments on this forum were posted outside normal working hours. Is it just possible that the people who really have commitment to the job or their studies are getting on with them rather than sniping at each other here?

    PS - how are you showing 'true commitment' by doing two more degrees rather than applying for a job? Hardly shows cutting edge thinking or efficiency does it? Smells more like a true commitment to staying at university drinking cheap beer for another 4 years...

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  • Don't worry, be happy

    Since the floor cleaner at John Lewis is already a Partner, why note extend it to all the staff and be done with it. "Partnership" is an outmoded model and merely plays to vanity. Modern, commercially focused law firms can jettison it without worry.

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  • Calm Down

    To assume that a one size fits all approach to regulation would work is a nonsense. If you want to see what happens when an unsophisticated regulator tackles a sophisticated and complex operational structure, just take a look at what's happening in the banking world.
    It's no more appropriate to expect the same regulator to asess performance of a High Street firm and a Magic Circle firm than it is to expect a High Street lawyer to tackle a multi-jurisdictional re-financing project (or a Magic Circle SP to do his own conveyancing!)

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