International Moves – Advice & Opinion

Are you an Newly-Qualified Lawyer considering moving to Guernsey or Jersey? See our guide about living and working in the Channel Islands.

Are you thinking about moving internationally? Read on for our essential guide for lawyers embarking on an international career move.

If you think an international move might appeal to you, either as an NQ or at some point in the future, this short guide might be worth a read.

Demand for contentious expertise is currently higher than it has been in years in the Cayman Islands.

Contrary to popular opinion, candidates with multiple offers do not always take the highest salary, join the biggest firm or accept the first offer.

Stage one, for us, is to establish the answers to ‘why’ they are considering this move.

Whether you are interviewing for a senior position for the first time or have been unsuccessful in the past, then our top tips can help.

Read on to discover how Origin Legal's team of experts can guide you through five phases of an international career move, from 'that lightbulb moment' to a

When considering an international move, speaking to your partner or spouse first is essential.

When hoping to make your legal career move abroad, it pays to make the most of your recruitment service.

Firms are investing heavily in their international networks and as team sizes grow so does the need for junior level support.

The major cause for a partnership interview failure is the lack of a compelling business case. Follow our top tips to make sure yours shines.

Over-estimating or understating your following can create problems, here are some rules on how to calculate it accurately.