Practice Management: Education & Training

Flexibility by default

We should make agile working the new norm for junior lawyers, argues Leah Caprani

02 Jun 2020

Changing the rules

The SRA’s continuing competence regime marked a big change from the CPD rules. Rachel Rothwell examines what this meant for solicitors and whether fu

18 May 2020

Hiding in plain sight

Neurodivergent lawyers face unique challenges but are a gift to the profession – if only they were more visible. Nicola Laver reports

18 May 2020

Stronger together

Professor Andrew Francis looks to a future where law schools work closely with firms in developing the next generation of lawyers

15 May 2020

Learning with compassion

By understanding the ‘idiot brain’ you can build a successful business, says Hélène Russell

13 May 2020

Kennedys launch new route to qualification

Kennedys is set to launch an alternative route to qualifying as a solicitor that will enable graduates to begin earning immediately

04 May 2020

JLD launches ‘community platform’

The Junior Lawyers Division (JLD) of the Law Society have this week launched a pilot online community for members, in partnership with platform provider Ug

14 Apr 2020

Refuel, refuel, repeat

Continuous learning is a lawyer’s fuel as you navigate uncertain times, says Nicola Jones

06 Mar 2020

Social mobility takes a hit

Elitism is being allowed to thrive as trainees are still denied a mandatory minimum salary, say Amy Clowrey and Hannah Bignell

27 Feb 2020

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