Practice Management: Education & Training

Moses LJ attacks 'marking and measuring' of advocates under QASA

Lord Justice Moses has launched a stinging attack on the assessment of criminal advocates by judges proposed under the QAS

14 Feb 2012

Two should become one

Fusing solicitors and counsel into a single profession will lead to a more promising future for all, argues Julia

06 Feb 2012

Legal profession must take fresh approach to service, entrepreneur says

The legal profession needs to take a fresh approach to the delivery of legal services if it is to survive the challenges of the Legal Services Act, entrepr

23 Jan 2012

Educate and inspire

The town of St Gallen, just off Lake Constance in the east of Switzerland, is best known for its picturesque old streets and world heritage abbey. It also

23 Jan 2012

Further drop in pupillages

The number of pupillages being offered to young barristers has declined for the third year running, a report for the Bar Council ha

23 Jan 2012

Further decline in number of pupillages, report reveals

The number of pupillages being offered to young barristers has declined for the third year running, a report for the Bar Council ha

18 Jan 2012

British legal education needs updating

The UK cannot compete with America or the rest of the world unless it radically adapts its system, argues Joh

19 Dec 2011

Vocation, vocation, vocation

Universities this year saw a record drop of 5.2 per cent in applications to study law. Fees have risen at a time when interest in participating in apprenti

21 Nov 2011

Law schools should be more realistic about graduate job prospects

Career advice centres are “really good at producing glossy brochures” and can talk about standard career options but don’t provide enough individual person

17 Nov 2011

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