Managing yourself and your own work

Why we sue

An overwhelming need for certainty, autonomy, trust and status is driving the impulse to sue others, says Dr Bob Murray

LawCare partners with academics on mental health initiative

Mental health and wellbeing charity LawCare has teamed up with academics from the University of Sheffield and The Open University to launch a free online resource for lawyers.

Freelancing: a new era?

Despite some high-profile naysaying early on, the introduction of freelance solicitors may yet re-shape the legal landscape

Christmas end to probate delays, says HMCTS

Christmas will see the end of the probate delays, HM Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) reportedly said at a meeting with the La

Long working hours kills creativity, warns Twitter's Bruce Daisley

The future of work is not about modern technology or new systems created by technology – it’s abou

Why challenge is equal to work/life balance for lawyer wellbeing

Kedge Martin explains why providing lawyers with challenging and rewarding work is just as important as letting them leave the office a

Without walls

Contemporary virtual firms founded on ethical principles or other unique selling points, and not price alone, are proving surprisingly successful. Nicola Laver report