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Chelsy Davy accepts A&O training contract

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  • match in heaven

    The perfect little firm for a perfect little girl!

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  • Headline news?

    I wish I got a write-up in the Lawyer when I accepted my training contract...

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  • Is this news?

    Does anyone care?

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  • You three do

    ...obviously.

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  • News

    Is this a news?

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  • Yes indeed

    to poster below - you read the story didn't you?

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  • Cheap Advertising

    This is a prime example of Royal connections aiding and inflating the career of somebody who is probably no better than some of the rejected candidates who attended a better University.

    From A & O's perspective, they have secured phenomenal brand exposure (via Sky News, the BBC etc) for the measley cost of a trainee's wage for two years. Good luck to Chelsy; the added pressure of colleagues and rivals having an even greater incentive to prove they are better is not something I would welcome.

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  • Good on her

    Glad she's binned the Royal and is proving that she has brains....... don't know how she's going to cope on that salary though - think Daddy will have to pad it out with the trust fund.....!

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  • Isn't that expected?

    At a time when candidates who have qualified from the ebst unibversities are being rejected and made to wait for at least 2/3 years before even getting a slight hope of a training contract, the fact that Miss Davy secures a training contract with A & O is of no surprise. Very obviously, the firm has planned it well as her contacts will promise the firm multi million pounds deals... Merit does not matter..connections, position very much do...

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  • Ridiculous

    No doubt it's more to do with who she is rather than her actual ability.

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