Getting your foot in the door in the legal sector generally starts out with you nailing a job as a Legal Secretary of a Legal PA. Although requirements don’t always ask you to have a degree, it’s likely that some legal qualifications will be asked for, such as a Legal Secretary Diploma
The pressure of wondering what to ask on the spot and quickly thinking of something to ask relating to anything mentioned in the interview can be a pretty hot seat for anyone, and that’s why it’s important to think through options beforehand. That way, you can ask your questions with confidence, and ensure you leave your interviewer with the best impression possible.
With HR being such a popular field to get into, we thought we would delve into what we feel makes a successful HR Manager and explore some of the common traits we have found in those who have been extremely successful in their career.
The heatwave in Britain looks like it’s here to stay a little longer, and while we might all rather be somewhere else (poolside comes to mind), life in the office must go on.
Getting your foot in the door in the legal sector might not be easy, but it isn’t impossible. Working your way up the ladder and getting experience as a Legal Secretary or Legal PA is the perfect way to get your first bit of experience in the industry.
After feeling like you might have nailed your interview, your interviewer closes the conversation by asking if you have any questions. This could be the game-changer and where you feel like your nerves are kicking back in… if you haven’t done your research.