This is one of the most asked questions in the world because people are slightly lazy to maintain their accounts and manage them efficiently. Before we start, let me tell you that we are in favour of maintaining and managing one's account and we hope people understand the reason noted in this post and accordingly start managing and maintaining their accounts as soon as possible. So without Much Ado, here we go! 1. It helps us understand our financial position. Understanding one's financial position isn't an easy task because people assume that if they have a certain sum of money in the account, their financial position is decided. This is so true. The balance in your account is not the right scale to measure whether you are rich or poor. Once you start managing and maintaining your account in a proper way, you will get a detailed view of...
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Increasingly, law firms and chambers recruit applicants who have a portfolio of specific skills to equip them to succeed in legal practice. When talking to the graduate recruitment managers of leading law firms about what they look for in desirable candidates, there are qualities that come up time and time again. Law firms spend a phenomenal amount of time and money in searching for the most talented students; developing their trainees to become talented lawyers and future partners of the firm. This is why they have spent a great deal of time considering what attributes make the "brightest talent", and invariably seek to recruit only the very best and most able people. Law firms / chambers do not expect you to be the finished article, but are looking for "projected ability" and real potential. It would be naive to assume that every employer is looking for precisely the same attributes, but...
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