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Ten law firms were shortlisted as finalists in the insurance specialism category of these annual awards.
Employment lawyers everywhere had less work to do and trainee solicitors were not as keen to choose employment law as their specialism, because it seemed a less secure career choice than other areas of law.
August will join the breadth of services and agencies residing in 82 Baker Street, which includes Publicis London (creative), POKE (digital), Vivid (shopper marketing), and Publicis Chemistry (CRM and one to one communications), all leaders in their specialisms.
Generating ideas and being flexible, and having knowledge and expertise around a particular specialism are also very important qualities in the role of a recruitment consultant at the core of the workforce.
The Supporting Specialism Award recognises individuals who have made an exceptional contribution to one of Shaw healthcare's specialist areas of care, such as working with learning disabilities, mental health, substance misuse or lone working.
The office will provide clients with specialisms in the real estate, construction, banking and sports sectors, advice and representation in litigation and arbitration, advice on intellectual property in the region, corporate work and private client counsel to serve the Qatari and international community, said a senior official.
He has enjoyed a varied teaching career, working in Manchester, Liverpool and Wirral in roles as teacher, head of department, director of specialism and assistant headteacher.
Alison Brown, director of specialism at Catcote Business and Enterprise College, has won the Queen's Award for Enterprise Promotion and will receive her award from the Queen at Buckingham Palace in July.
This evaluation aimed to provide: (1) findings on the effectiveness of different activities and approaches to delivering science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), including leading practice and challenges; (2) a clear understanding of the impact of activities on pupils, teachers, the school and partners; and (3) a set of recommendations and learning points that will inform longer-term developments, including a possible STEM specialism.
At Mars you will be able to shape your career and be challenged outside your specialism as well as in it.
So it is no surprise that an emerging generation of architects is bringing new interest to this area of specialism, with architects such as Yoshiharu Tsukamoto carrying out extensive research into the rhetoric and spatial composition of postwar housing.
With over 25 years involvement in FMCG and a particular specialism in Sales and Marketing, Mike complements the partnership's already considerable expertise in these areas.