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Synonyms for specialism

the concentration of your efforts on a particular field of study or occupation

the special line of work you have adopted as your career

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If employment law were writing a Christmas card to the other legal specialisms this year, this is what it would be likely to scribble quickly in the left hand side of the card: "Wow, what a year 2017 has been, tribunal fees scrapped and the gig economy taking a battering.
Now, as it continues to grow and develop each of its sector specialisms, it is adding to its own workforce.
Milburn School leads on the specialism of health-related studies to ensure that it is delivered to equal high quality across all academy schools.
[euro]e proposal for Longley - which is based at Dog Kennel Bank, Hudderseld - is to change its specialism so that it becomes a school only for pupils with autism.
He said he wanted the "most talented graduates" with high-level subject specialism to enter teaching.
Sue Backhouse, the school's director of specialism, said: "The money is used to help fund our participation in a range of sports such as football, cricket, tennis and athletics as part of the Special Olympics.
She will have just three minutes to convey the wonder and relevance of a chosen scientific specialism to the panel of judges, who will include British neuroscientist Professor Russell Foster, Andrew Cohen, head of the BBC's science unit; and anatomist, science writer and broadcaster Professor Alice Roberts.
The firm has real strength and depth of specialism in the region."
"Specialism has raised standards and provided new opportunities for young people."
Peter Mee, director of specialism at the Sports College, said: "This is an excellent opportunity for the children who are taking part."
One area of specialism provided by the firm is in legal advice where children are involved in social services.
But this kind of criticism by calling up venial sins of omission merely reinforces Thirsk's call, which echoes Pat Hudson's regional deconstruction of the Industrial Revolution, for due attention to be given to regional and local specialism and diversity.
Kirklees Cabinet backed a proposal to change the specialism at Longley School and add places at Lydgate School, which may relocate to Almondbury.
"We are delighted that the firm has been placed top in so many areas in the new Legal 500 Guide, both on a national and regional level and that more of our solicitors than ever have been individually named and recommended in their particular areas of specialism. The firm began life in 2000 as a small regional legal practice with one office but its strategy of focusing on specialist areas of the law, employing top quality people and expanding geographically has meant that it has now become a well regarded player on a national level.