Lawyers believe that email is the biggest security risk to law firms, according to a survey conducted by logistics operator DX.
Lots of banking and housing news this week shows that market forces are continuing to most effect ordinary people, while the flotation of a luxury car brand into a separate entity will excite investors at the other end of society.
Linklaters launched its Ally programme earlier this month – the firm’s first LGBT-focused network supporting minority groups.
A new national award for law students, the Future Legal Mind award, has been launched by the National Accident Helpline.
The new edition of The Training Contract & Pupillage Handbook was published this week and copies are winging their way to university campuses nationwide as we write.
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.