The successes of legal professionals and firms were recognised at the Law Society Excellence Awards, held earlier this month at the Park Plaza Hotel, Westminster.
Immerse yourself this week in some quite depressing economic news – of EU budgetary demands, Tesco's massive hole in its profits and increased government spending.
CityLawLIVE, the one-day student conference for aspiring City lawyers, has announced that it is extending its deadline for applications to Friday 7 November.
Getting into the spirit of the season, BPP Law School has launched a spooky new website aimed at encouraging students and others to share their scariest tales of interviews gone wrong and emails fired off in haste.
The Modern Law Awards last week honoured the chief executive of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives, Diane Burleigh OBE, for her lifetime of achievements in the legal profession.
The government’s announcement that it could place a time of limit of 28 days for suspects to be held on police bail has been welcomed by the Law Society.
The accountancy firm KPMG has recently been awarded an alternative business structure licence by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
The Ministry of Justice’s approach to cutting legal aid has been criticised by one of its own consultants.
Demonstrate that you take being green seriously by getting your hands on a copy of this year’s verdant edition of The Training Contract & Pupillage Handbook, enrobed in this year’s most on-trend colour.
Commerciality and business nous: these are prized skills among lawyers and exactly the kind of thing that recruiters are looking for their trainees to possess.