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.
Jonathan Smithers, president of the Law Society, said: “Law can be a demanding career. Many of us are drawn to the intellectual challenge and thrive on the high pressure our work entails, but with this high pressure can come stress.”
UK top 20 firm DWF has launched a new legal apprenticeship scheme in partnership with BPP University Law School.
LawCareers.Net and Aspiring Solicitors have announced a new partnership designed to ensure that the most talented candidates with the greatest potential as lawyers maximise their chances of success.