Sam Meiklejohn, Cleary Gottlieb

July 2014
Lawyer 2B;7/28/2014, p2
An interview with Sam Meiklejohn, a trainee at the law firm, Cleary Gottlieb Steen and Hamilton LLP is presented. When asked about his training for being a solicitor, he refers to his father as his role model who himself was a lawyer. He mentions about the challenges that he faced because of market competition while trying to get a training contract.


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