Back in 2000, when I was an aspiring law student, and long before the days of the internet being able to answer every question in an instant, the world was a very different place. In thinking about our future careers, I and many of my peers had very limited access to detailed information about the legal industry. Or at least the sort of information that really helped you choose between a long list of anonymous City law firms.  

Law firm websites existed, of course, but they were pretty basic and told you very little about what it was really like to work there, or indeed what they did, save for an extensive catalogue of practice areas and the contact details for various global offices. There was virtually nothing dedicated...

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