HR & Development

Enforced change

At a time when the profession has become super flexible, Nicola Jones explains how firms can capitialise as they continued to adapt

Under par: Managing the departure of partners

Giving departing partners dignity and allowing them to participate in how their departure is presented can help reduce the risk of conflict, says Ivor Adai

28 Jan 2021 | HR & Development

'Time to rethink' employment law

Employment law in the UK is not fit for purpose for a future of homeworking, a law firm said

11 Dec 2020 | Employment

Alternative Legal Management: learning from covid

Readers can secure free tickets to virtual events in November and December on leadership and technology, talent and change management 

Women in law continue to suffer covid-19 ‘fallout’

The pandemic is continuing to have a detrimental impact on the finances and mental health of women in the legal profession, a snap poll has found

Lawyering with numbers

Nicola Laver reports on the growing demand for trainees with a mathematical skillset to meet the needs of modern practice

Maintaining resilience

Humour, self-awareness and a good mental attitude will help lawyers get through difficult times, says Elizabeth Rimmer 

13 Oct 2020 | HR & Development

Russell-Cooke hires HR boss from Osborne Clarke

Anna Richardson will oversee agile-working project

13 Oct 2020 | HR & Development

Crossing boundaries

Andrew Francis explains how legal education is responding to inter-disciplinary professional work

15 Sep 2020 | Education & Training

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