Practice Management: Education & Training

Abolishing minimum salary 'may trigger legal challenge'

Law Society says SRA 'misguided' in launching proposals in advance o

16 Apr 2012

We must end the scandalous treatment of young lawyers

The legal profession is notorious for its lack of a support system – and it is would-be lawyers who are bearing the brunt, say

26 Mar 2012

Trainees could earn £2.60 an hour, JLD says

The Junior Lawyers Division (JLD) of the Law Society has said that trainee solicitors could end up earning as little as £2.60 an hour under the SRA’s plans

26 Mar 2012

QASA, the levelling scheme

Another year, another disappointment for solicitor advocates as none of the applicants for silk made the grade

05 Mar 2012

Regulators at loggerheads over QASA

The Bar Standards Board has hit out at “last-minute” proposals from the SRA, which “may allow judicial evaluation to be bypassed” in the new quality assura

02 Mar 2012

Baroness Deech hits back after Moses LJ savages QASA

Too expensive to recruit 'an army o

20 Feb 2012

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

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