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            Trainee Blogs

            Our trainee blog posts cover every aspect of what life is like for a trainee at DWF. Get the lowdown right here...
            Posted - 12 December 2019

            Life as a Trainee in Scotland

            Lucy Muir writes about life as a trainee in Glasgow and her current seat in the Counter Fraud and Financial Crime team.

            Posted - 30 September 2019

            Three myths of being a trainee

            Hear from our Liverpool trainee, Anthony, as he attempts to set aside three common myths on life as a trainee at DWF.
            Posted - 09 September 2019

            Where to find us this law fair season

            Engaging with our team at a law fair could be the first step in your training contract application journey. 
            Posted - 05 September 2019

            My LGBT+ experience at DWF

            Matteo Lissana, Fourth Seat Trainee in litigation, shares his experience of being LGBT+ in the workplace.

            Posted - 13 May 2019

            Strength-based interviews

            What is a strengths-based interview, and how can you perform well in this type of interview? Read our top tips to find out more.



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