The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has launched a package of support to help solicitors who may be experiencing mental health issues.
As we are just weeks away from the EU referendum, the campaigning on both sides is reaching fever pitch, with one of the most hotly contested areas of debate the economic implications of in or out.
The biggest diversity survey yet to take place in the legal profession has found that privately educated solicitors remain vastly overrepresented in the senior ranks of large firms.
The social mobility scheme Pathways to Law is being widened to GCSE students, the Sutton Trust has announced.
LawWorks is expanding its pro bono legal advice programme to help more small charities, community groups and social enterprises.
Merchant Taylor’s Hall in the City of London was crackling with excitement as representatives from over 70 top law firms convened to find out who would be the winners of the prestigious LawCareers.Net Training & Recruitment Awards 2016.
The Law Society of England and Wales Annual Statistics Report 2015 provides an in-depth breakdown of the numbers, location and gender make-up of training contacts in the 12 months to July 2015.
We know it’s exam time, but how about taking five minutes to glance up and think about what’s swirling around in the commercial world - it may come in handy when you get to interview time.
Lawyer-client matching service Spoke – described as a ‘legal Airbnb’ has become one of the first UK organisations to use the ‘.law’ domain name.
The University of Roehampton today celebrates the official opening of its law school, featuring a keynote speech from Baroness Helena Kennedy QC.