The University of Law has recognised the commitment and service of former Attorney General Lord Goldsmith QC, PC and legal commentator Joshua Rozenberg with honorary degrees at a ceremony in London.
As Black Friday dawned, retailers steeled themselves for hordes of bargain-hungry shoppers.
Law Society withdraws guidance on sharia wills following inaccurate criticism from justice secretary
Following criticism from solicitors and the justice secretary, The Law Society has withdrawn its guidance to solicitors on how to legally prepare wills so that they obey sharia succession rules.
The London Metropolitan University’s Faculty of Business and Law has been awarded funding from the Higher Education Funding Council for England to set up a mentoring programme for law undergraduates from under-represented backgrounds.
Hill Dickinson has launched the recruitment drive for its third annual intake of legal apprentices.
City Disabilities is a new charity which has been established to help students and professionals with disabilities, as well as those who assist disabled professionals.
Winckworth Sherwood has been named the leading law firm in the United Kingdom for workplace gender and ethnic diversity by the Black Solicitors Network.
Cameron and Carney were full of literary flourish this week, with metaphors that drew parallels with dashboards and apple barrels.
Organised around the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta in 2015, a new scheme has been launched by Lord Dyson to send young solicitors and barristers into schools and encourage students to pursue a career in law.
More flexible pathways to qualifying as a solicitor and "rigorous standards" are at the heart of the Solicitors Regulation Authority’s reform programme, its director of education and training has said.