Continuous learning is a lawyer’s fuel as you navigate uncertain times, says Nicola Jones
Elitism is being allowed to thrive as trainees are still denied a mandatory minimum salary, say Amy Clowrey and Hannah Bignell
The Law Society of England and Wales has increased the recommended minimum salary for trainees by 1.9 per cent to £19,992 outside London and &po
Justice Week 2020 is underway and teachers have been asked to give pupils a lesson on law.
Dr Damian Mather argues that on Brexit, EU law as a subject for students can survive — but in a different form
An innovation board can be an asset to firms seeking to innovate, but first they need to appreciate what innovation really is, says Hélè
Firms are taking steps to side-line alcohol culture to create healthier attitudes and alternatives, says Laura Uberoi
A disproportionate number of women contacted legal mental health charity LawCare in 2019.
A clear understanding of the apprenticeship scheme is a key driver for its success, as Michelle Tunney explains