Ethics

Listen up!

Alicia Fortinberry explains how to train yourself in the art of listening

Solicitors underserving disabled consumers

Solicitors need to work harder to improve access to their services for people with mental or physical disabilities, according to recent research.

Doing what you do best

Alison Lobb explains what changed her perception of pro bono and the myriad of different ways of providing it

Fighting the good fight

Gordon Dalyell’s 20-year commitment to injured people saw him become president of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers this year. He explains what brought him to this point and why it matters

The right kind of lawyer

Nicola Laver asks, is there a right or wrong kind of person to be a solicitor?

Diversity Access Scheme awards scholarships to 10 aspiring solicitors

The Law Society of England and Wales has awarded 10 scholarships through its Diversity Access Scheme (DAS).

Outrage and Kindness: a tale from practice

It's in the small things like the way we treat clients as real people and not file numbers that really matter, says Richard Barr