Frontline

Reigniting the mentor

You don’t need a formal programme, nor must you be a partner or in senior leadership to be a mentor, as Amandeep Khasriya explains

26 Feb 2021 | Career development

Enforced change

At a time when the profession has become super flexible, Nicola Jones explains how firms can capitialise as they continued to adapt

Clashing Rights

Ann Stanyar considers the rights of care home residents, covid-19 vaccinations and best interests decisions

Listen to clients – and learn

Exceptional client experience is more vital than ever to sustain loyalty, says Helen Hamilton-Shaw

Covid-19 and the criminal courts: Investment is the key

Nick Titchener, director and defence solicitor at Lawtons Law, explains what's needed to get the CJS back on its feet

08 Feb 2021 | Courts & Judiciary

My apologies

Steven Baylis considers whether an Apologies Bill could lead to a decrease in the number of compensation claims

27 Jan 2021 | Clinical negligence

How can remote family hearings be improved?

Remote hearings cannot replicate a court room but they do the next best thing, says Emma Nash 

27 Jan 2021 | Children

Being measured

It seems legal regulators take a particularly dim view of online discretions, compared with other regulators, says Susan Humble 

20 Jan 2021 | Regulators

Hidden but unprotected

Jennifer Twite warns lawyers to be cautious if they suspect a child client is passing information to the police

20 Jan 2021 | Children

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