New Year new me

New Year, New You?

Here we are again – January and the holiday season over. No doubt many of us are reading supposedly inspirational and life changing books, blogs or indeed trawling the internet including the job sites, as we try and make some changes to our lives for 2018. The New Year is a perfect time for making a fresh start and improvements to our busy lives. While most aspire to better health, a dry January, or even resolving finances, some look for a change in job or career. Many lawyers are amongst those who decide enough is enough and decide they have nothing to lose and a lot to possibly gain by exploring the job market. Like divorce lawyers, after the decorations are down and the Christmas hangover over, here at Chadwick Nott we get a lot of calls for assistance! Continue reading…

2017: The Year Of The “Upside Down” and Stranger Things Are Still To Come…

Many of you will be familiar with the entertaining 80s tribute Netflix show taking the world by storm: “Stranger Things”. It is a retro classic filled with unexpected twists, turns, threats of impending doom, narrow escapes from (spoiler alert) alternative “upside down” dimensions, “demodogs”, “demogorgons” and “shadow monsters” followed by of course, the inevitable happy ending. In many ways, it mirrors at least some of the themes Chadwick Nott has seen in legal recruitment this year and many we expect to see in 2018. Continue reading…

The Secret to Keeping Your New Year’s Resolution

Many of us in the UK (around 26% according to a ComRes poll for Bupa in November 2015) start the New Year in the same way, every year. We make resolutions to eat healthier, lose weight, to be more sensible with your money or even to find a new job, but how many of us actually succeed in achieving our goals? It has been found that on average, people’s willpower begins to flag on the third Friday of January. So how can we become more focused and achieve our resolutions? Continue reading…