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Whether you’re just starting out in your law career and looking for that all-important first job, or are a law firm looking for some of the most promising and talented individuals around, BCL Graduates is here to help.

BCL Legal has been placing experienced legal professionals since 2003 and we see this as an opportunity to give something back to the industry that has helped us become market leaders in our field.

This is an easy to use service for both graduates and law firms, set up with the dual aim of taking the hassle out of filling or finding a graduate post. Simply create an account, complete your profile – and your perfect job or candidate is just a couple of clicks away.

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Mark Watts – joint managing partner of Bristows – on juggling fee earning & management, the firm’s revenues & its future


Mark, can you give us a rundown of your career to date? I trained and qualified at Bristows, initially as an IP litigator, but around this time the world-wide web was just developing and this prompted me to want to become a…

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Tim Halstead – managing partner of Shulmans – on his career, building the firm and being one of the UK’s longest standing managing partners


Tim, can you tell us a bit about your career to date? I trained in Leeds with Harrisons, a small general practice (as most firms then were). I was introduced to Jeremy Shulman just after I qualified and joined him a year or two…

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