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5 ways of increasing your odds of making it through partnership track

Being told you are on partnership track, or in line for partnership, or going to be put up for partnership is a great sign that you are nearing the end of your journey to make partner. This post explores what you can do in the 12-24 months before the admission process starts to help you …

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What are your partners really thinking when they consider your application for partnership?

Probably the biggest mistake that any potential partner makes is to consider the partnership admission process as a long drawn out job interview or panel for promotion. This article shines a light onto what the partnership admissions process actually is trying to achieve, and therefore, what the partners involved in the partnership admissions process will …

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3 super tips to help you get through your final interview for partnership

Imagine this, you’ve got through to the last interview to become a senior partner in a big 4 firm. The last interview is with the CEO of the big 4 firm. How would you prepare for this interview? This was the question that arrived in my inbox this morning. Here is a longer version of …

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What are you being offered? Salaried partner? Fixed-share partner? Equity partner?

In this blog post, we look at the differences between a fixed share equity partner, (or as it is sometimes called fixed-share partner), a full equity partner, or a salaried partner. There is a big difference between these three different types of partners. This is an extract taken from ‘How to make partner and still …

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