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Addleshaw Goddard 2013?

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    It appears on Addleshaw Goddard's website they are still advertising for 2013 TC's. There is a choice between 2013 and 2014 on their website. I assume if you apply for 2013 and there are little or few places available, they themselves will automatically place you onto the 2014 selection?

    Would this be a correct assumption?
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    I think that would be a fair assumption (if you are eligible for a 2013 contract).
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    Does it not allow you to tick both boxes like most other firms?

    I know they use their own application system as opposed to A4L or CVmail, but I would have thought that would be an option.
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    I think it is very unlikely. They will have a fresh batch of applicants for 2014 next year, and will have a lot more applicants than places. It will probably be a case of giving you an offer if they like you and think you are good enough.

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