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With the BBC busy providing wall-to-wall coverage of our athletes, we provide you with a profile of one of the lawyers working behind the scenes at the BBC’s commercial arm BBC Worldwide - general counsel Martyn Freeman. While for those looking for gold of a different persuasion we take a look at the latest developments in the world of real estate litigation.
That is followed by a survival guide for mature applicants to the law, a practice focus on Insolvency law from Weil Gotshal & Manges, a blog post from an aspiring barrister on unpaid internships, a profile of Clarke Willmott trainee Luke Murphy, and an Ask Lawyer2B from someone asking how she can get a firm to look past her grades and at her extra curricular activities instead.
Insolvency work is hugely varied and includes placing companies and individuals into insolvency; buying and selling assets of insolvents; and advising on the security and reorganisation of businesses in financial difficulties.
Why do I keep getting rejected? I applied for a number of training contracts and have already been given a handful of rejections. How can I get firms to look past my grades and at my extra curricular activities? (3 responses)