Monthly Archives: March 2015

FNOL Manager

We are looking to recruit an FNOL Manager for our client based in Liverpool.

Temporary Legal Secretary

Temporary Legal Secretary needed for a Wirral based firm ASAP!

Commercial Property Paralegal/Experienced Secretary

Experienced commercial property paralegal or secretary required for Preston Office.

Personal Injury Litigator

My client, a busy Personal Injury practice on Merseyside requires experienced Personal Injury Litigator to deal with case load of EL/PL and complex injury pre and post litigated files.

Family Paralegal/Legal Assistant

We are currently recruiting for a talented and driven Family Paralegal to join the Family Department of a law firm based on the Wirral.

Family Legal Secretary

We are currently recruiting for a Family Legal Secretary for a Wirral based firm.

Claims Team Leader

We are recruiting for a Claims Team Leader for our Cheshire based client.

MOJ Portal Handler

We are currently looking for an MOJ Portal Handler for a Merseyside based legal firm.

A Level Student

ACS are currently seeking to recruit a Bright A-Level Student for our clients practice in Warrington.

Legal Assistant

We are currently seeking to recruit a Legal Assistant for our client in Bury.


We are currently seeking to recruit a Solicitor for our client in Bury.


We are currently seeking to recruit a Paralegal for our client in Bury.

Legal Executive

We are currently seeking to recruit a Legal Executive for our client in Bury.

Paralegal – Industrial Disease

Our client is looking for a Paralegal to join the Industrial Disease Team of their Liverpool based law firm.

Second interview questions and answers

So you aced the first interview… and they asked you back.

Great. You’ve made it to the second interview stage. Unfortunately, you’re not 100% how this will differ from your first interview, so your approach is simply to repeat the same things you said before, only slightly clearer and/or louder. Not so great.

While some interview preparations remain the same, there can be key differences when it comes to the types of questions asked by employers, and the answers expected of you.

We’ve put together a quick summary of how a second interview can differ from the first.
What is the difference between the first and the second interview?  
Whereas a first interview is generally used to test your personality and basic abilities, the competition intensifies when it comes to the second stage.

What an employer really wants to know now is what separates you from the other candidates, what your technical abilities are, and the logistics involved when it comes to a firm offer. This way they can more easily make a direct comparison between remaining candidates.

In addition, second interviews are often an opportunity for other key members of staff at a prospective employer to meet and question a shortlist of [...]