Walk to work

One year, sitting at home and watching Sport Relief, my conscience was pierced.

The particular segment that struck a chord with me focused on a Dad living in Africa who walked for hours every day to get to work, just to make a few pounds to feed his children. This really made me think how much I take for granted – the way that I just jump in my car and go wherever I want, whenever I want. I remember feeling that there must be something better and more challenging I could do than sending in a donation. Continue reading…

News from Africa

The eyes of the legal world are fixed on the African market, with many global firms having established a presence there.  From long-standing relationships such as those at White & Case, Norton Rose Fulbright and DLA Piper, to recent expansions like the mergers of Eversheds and CWA, or Dentons and KapdiTwala, firms are jostling for a position in a market that’s set to offer cutting-edge legal work.​ Continue reading…

Chadwick Nott launches Graduate Programme

In November 2013 Chadwick Nott launched its first graduate programme welcoming three new consultants to the Interim and Paralegal teams. The graduate training programme provides tailored legal recruitment training to graduates with no previous recruitment experience. The structured programme includes both formal boardroom based training and informal at desk training with follow up support provided by our parent company Impellam’s People & Development team. Continue reading…