HR & Development

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

Does Brexit sound the death knell for EU law in the UK?

Dr Damian Mather argues that on Brexit, EU law as a subject for students can survive — but in a different form

11 Feb 2020

Disabled lawyers bullied and disadvantaged

The legal profession has a long way to go to address poor behaviour, said a report that revealed many disabled lawyers experience bullying, pain and f

24 Jan 2020

Non-Welsh SQE will compound access to justice problem

The issue of access to justice in Wales will be compounded if the Solicitors Qualifying Exam (SQE) is not offered in Welsh, the Junior Lawyers Divisio

11 Nov 2019

Long working hours kills creativity, warns Twitter's Bruce Daisley

The future of work is not about modern technology or new systems created by technology – it’s abou

11 Nov 2019

Not just a confidence vote

Women are held to unrealistic and unobtainable goals in the workplace, hindering their career progression, says Dan

30 Oct 2019

The sky’s the limit

It’s a long way from her childhood ambition of stand-up comedy but Suzanne Liversidge is embarking on a monumental new leadership role at Kennedys, an

12 Oct 2019

Trailblazing for the future

The advantages of recruiting solicitor apprentices may be far greater than you think. Nicola Lave

10 Oct 2019

Not just a confidence vote

Women are held to unrealistic and unobtainable goals in the workplace, hindering their career progression, says Dan

10 Oct 2019