Loughborough College Employability Fair

Loughborough College Employability Fair

EHL Group had a stall at the Loughborough College Employability Fair, which happened yesterday morning and it was such a great event to attend. It was fantastic to meet such talented students, who are looking to progress into employment upon completion of their courses in June 2016.

We are always on the look out for new recruits, especially for Edward Hands and Lewis Solicitors who are continually growing their branch network. They currently have 10 branches located throughout the UK but in the next few months, they will have 14 as the new offices in Beeston, Hinckley, Syston and Oadby officially open to the public. Click here to find a solicitors firm near you.

EHL are a ‘people business’ and we understand that is if good people (employees) that make all the difference. It is because of this that we have an open and focused approach to work and always encourage staff to take full ownership of their role and to contribute to the overall success of the business. The firm is continually improving and developing, embracing new technologies and working practices.

If you are highly motivated and passionate about doing a good job and want to feel appreciated then come on board! If you would like to find out more about working for us please email recruitment@ehlgroup.co.uk or click on the links below to see what current vacancies we have in our different areas:

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raman thandi

The road less travelled: Raman Thandi

We are proud to share our very own Raman Thandi’s article which has been recently published by The Law Society that  talks about how her raman thandiexperiences as a trainee here with EHL shaped her route into the profession.  Somebody once told me ‘tough times don’t last but tough people do’. Although, when you google this phrase you will find it may have been borrowed from Dr Robert Schuller! It’s something I always keep at the forefront of my mind when there is an obstacle in front of me, especially when you are presented with a challenging situation. 

Read more of Raman’s fantastic article here