Weekend Edition 24/1

Weekend Edition 24/1

In this weeks edition: training contract interviews and more.

Good morning and welcome to the Weekend Edition.

Sondos Arafa has found that strength based questioning interview technique reflects individual interests and skills better than traditional competency based questions. Majority of global corporations like Nestle, Unilever, Ernst & Young have already chosen to use strength based questioning in the interviews, and we may see the global law firms to pick up the trend in the nearest future. Click here to read the article.

Emma McDermott writes on the immutable judiciary of law systems across the world, discussing the reasons, and possibly the solutions, for a change in the courtrooms of today.  Click here to read the article.

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We’re also publishing City news throughout the day, here’s a roundup of the biggest stories on TSL this week:

  1. European Central Bank to Start Quantitative Easing Scheme
  2. Rihanna Defeats Topshop In Legal Battle
  3. Davos Participants Not Interested in Higher Oil Price
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