News

26 June 2015
Plugging the legal aid gap with pro bono is unsustainable as a long-term solution
26 June 2015
Some organisations still overlook the full spectrum of lawyers they can recruit, says Frances Edwards The Government Legal...
25 June 2015
Bott and Co to recruit 12 apprentices over the next year North West law firm Bott and Co is the latest legal business to...
27 May 2015
New contextual recruitment tool will 'set a new benchmark for social mobility' in the City International law firms...
27 May 2015
Jeweller and non-practising barrister guilty of offences under the Customs and Excises Management Act 1979 A plot to smuggle...
27 May 2015
JLD, AGCAS, and AGR continue to support voluntary good practice code Signatories to the voluntary code to good practice in...
27 April 2015
Law Society report finds women are outperforming men at every juncture The number of students who graduated with a law degree...
27 April 2015
Growth in number of practising solicitors as number of law firms continues to decline The Law Society's latest...
24 April 2015
Gen Y has a different attitude to firm loyalty compared to their predecessors
24 April 2015
Peter Herbert says The Sun's legal team should have known better The Society of Black Lawyers (SBL) will report any...
23 April 2015
Farringdon-based wannabe lawyer responsible for picking the fortunes of National Football League teams A London...
23 April 2015
YLAL to celebrate its 10th anniversary with rallying call to the legal profession and politicians An award...
20 April 2015
No legal aid lawyer is in it for the money, writes Gemma Blythe, not that there's much left of it What is the incentive...
16 April 2015
Bar regulator plans new BPTC and pupillage consultation this summer
15 April 2015
Successful applicant spent five years as a paralegal following completion of LPC at the University of Law
31 March 2015
Legal sector prominent in paper's prestigious annual ranking of Britain's happiest workforces
31 March 2015
Solicitors to make annual declaration of competence as stakeholders voice concerns over 'bonfire of regulations'
31 March 2015
Three judges dismissed while a fourth resigns following investigation which uncovered 'wholly unacceptable conduct'