Lawyers! Say hello to your future.
Looking for career success and fulfilment without burning out? Gearing up for an internal promotion or want to learn a new business skill? Aspiring to bag your first legal job or thinking about making a lateral move and not sure how to approach your job search? Or need help with your CV, application forms or job interview?
Do you want to develop sustainable habits that help you maintain a healthy work/life balance?
Then look no further! CheekyLittleCareers has your back. Our editor and legal careers expert, Husnara Begum (ex-Linklaters), associate executive coach Matt Verrell (ex-Allen & Overy) and associate careers consultant Jane Drew, along with a growing army of guest bloggers are here to share all the advice, knowhow, tools and inspiration you’ll ever need to build an extraordinary life at both work and play.
You may have passed your exams with flying colours and got your hands on a practising certificate. But your learning shouldn’t stop as soon as you’ve qualified as a lawyer. If you want your legal career to stay in the fast lane it’s vitally important to invest in opportunities for self-development. Click below for blogs to help enhance those all important business and life skills, including commercial awareness.
Events & Courses
CheekyLittleCareers wants to make learning fun and interactive. We’ve pulled together an ongoing schedule of live virtual events and courses hosted by our associates and guest speakers. These include fireside chats, panel debates, Q&As, group coaching sessions and webinars to educate, inspire and entertain you.
Building an extraordinary life.
We believe a genuinely holistic approach that puts wellness at the heart of everyday life is vitally important. Because though you may find working as a lawyer mentally stimulating and rewarding, a legal career is notorious for being a hotbed for stress, burnout and poor mental health.
CheekyLittleCareers wants to put the spotlight firmly on well-being so that all our users can flourish at work and find career fulfilment without compromising mental and physical well-being.
We’re therefore fully committed to posting regular content that will offer our users inspiration and honest advice on how to practice self-care, including mindfulness, eating a balanced diet, exercising regularly, journaling and pursuing fun and exciting new hobbies.
Our community guidelines
We want all of our community to enjoy using our website so please follow our 5 B’s:
Don’t be mean, rude or insulting when leaving messages or comments. You wouldn’t like it if someone was nasty to you.
Your conduct is a reflection of you. Who knows, your future boss may be reading your comments…think about that.
Don’t be a buffoon, always be respectful. Not everyone shares your sense of humour. High five!
Making up false claims or lying just isn’t cool so don’t do it. Just be yourself at all times. You’re super cool.
Share your knowledge and experiences with others, who knows one day the shoe may well be on the other foot.