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Here are some tips for negotiating a better job offer.

For most people, negotiating a new employment contract holds little appeal, especially because the potential of getting it wrong means putting your future employer offside before you’ve even started.

However, unless you’re a summer clerk or graduate solicitor, law firms and other employers will usually expect you to negotiate; they just want you to go about it the right way.

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