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Our News section offers key stories from the legal world, with a particular emphasis on training issues. We trawl the legal and mainstream press, and solicit press releases, so we can produce pithy news stories for your reading pleasure. But consider this a jumping-off point; read it here first, but do further research to find out more. And don’t forget to comment by signing into MyLC.N.

LawCareers.Net celebrates work of students at inaugural Student Law Society Awards

On 26 March 2015 the first LawCareers.Net Student Law Society Awards brought together students, recruiters, partners and trainees with the LawCareers.Net team for a networking-rich presentation at Painters’ Hall in London.

London boroughs to provide University of Law apprenticeships; Bond Dickinson hiring more apprentices

The University of Law has linked up with several London boroughs to provide its first Higher Apprenticeships in Legal Services.


Student pro bono stars shine at annual LawWorks & AG awards

Students from across the United Kingdom gathered on 25 March for the annual LawWorks & Attorney General Student Pro Bono Awards 2015.

Law and business: commercial news round-up 26.03.15

What’s on the commercial menu this week?


Nottingham Law School applies for ABS licence

Nottingham Law School has applied to the Solicitors Regulation Authority for an alternative business structure licence, which would allow the school’s students to become part of a "teaching law firm".


LC.N Awards 2015 nominations announced

Today we are pleased to bring you details of the firms and individuals who are nominated for the 12th annual LawCareers.Net Training & Recruitment Awards.

UK Commercial Awareness Competition won by team from Queen Mary

http://www.aspiringsolicitors.co.uk/uk-commercial-awareness-competition-round-2/The first ever UK Commercial Awareness Competition has been won by a team of students from Queen Mary University of London.


Law and business: commercial news round-up 19.03.15

If you want to succeed in the environs of fast-paced commercial law, you need to be adaptable.


Improve your employability with a national roadshow of Step Up events from The University of Law

The University of Law is launching a series of new employability events which will help prospective students prepare for their legal careers.

Court of Appeal considers challenge to criminal legal aid cuts

The government’s plans to cut legal aid for people accused of crimes have been put on hold while the Court of Appeal considers a challenge from The Law Society, the Criminal Law Solicitors Association and the London Criminal Courts Solicitors Association.

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