Joining the select group of firms that boasts 100% trainee retention, Sullivan & Cromwell has announced that its first cohort of trainees have all been offered and accepted NQ positions at the firm.
A website which enables customers to get in direct contact with barristers has received the support of the Bar Council.
Solicitors in magistrates' courts and police stations across the country began refusing new legal aid cases yesterday, in protest at the government’s latest 8.75% cuts to legal aid fees.
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Bott & Co, based in Wilmslow, Cheshire, is the latest firm to announce a plan for the recruitment of legal apprentices to join its team.
Some solicitors and barristers have said they will refuse to take on new criminal cases in protest at the government’s decision to cut legal aid fees for criminal cases by a further 8.75%.
There's no getting away from the fact that this week the business pages have been dominated by the "will they, won't they" saga of Greece's financial calamities and possible exit from the European Union.
The Supreme Court has refused to quash the introduction of the Quality Assurance Scheme for Advocates (QASA), which assesses the competency of criminal barristers.
The justice secretary, Michael Gove, has said that rich lawyers and firms should do more to make justice available for all following the removal of access to justice for most of the public by his government’s legal aid cuts.
Shearman & Sterling has announced that it is keeping on all 13 of its September 2015 qualifying trainees, while fellow US-headquartered firm Latham & Watkins is retaining 20 of its 21 autumn qualifiers.