The quality and level of supervision stands out as a particular highlight so far for me. At Walker Morris, trainees physically sit in the same room as their supervisor and this is something that I believe has contributed significantly to my development.
Walker Morris is a lot friendlier and a lot less political than I thought it would be. Everyone is down-to-earth, straight-talking and approachable.
I have worked for Bank of Scotland and Asda, both of which have contributed to my commercial awareness. When assisting on a matter for large clients such as these, you are forced to consider the commerciality of decisions on a daily basis.
Great social side
I have been impressed by the social side of Walker Morris. The summer party is a particular highlight for me.
When faced with a particularly difficult research problem, people are willing to have a chat, kick a few ideas around and give you a steer in the right direction.
As I didn't study law at University, I had less of an idea of which departments I wanted to sit in and where I wanted to qualify compared to my peers. The six seat system has definitely allowed me to broaden my horizons.