Under new proposals confirmed by the SRA, law firms will now be required to publish the prices they charge. This will cover conveyancing, probate, motoring offences, immigration advice and the cost of bringing claims before an employment tribunal.
You already have a personal brand – you just may not know it yet.
Spending money on external legal advice on Brexit-related issues may be a waste of money right now, suggests the head of legal at Aviva.
What does a chief executive seek from their general counsel? Hays plc’s CEO Alistair Cox wants a confidante and critical friend.
In the week that prime minister Theresa May formally set in motion the process of leaving the EU, the sheer scale of issues that Brexit will pose for in-house counsel was made plain.
The role of the charity general counsel sits somewhere between the private and public sectors, Oxfam’s Joss Saunders reflects.
The Law Society has issed a new practice note clarifying the status of legal professional privilege (LPP).
Legal journalist Grania Langdon-Down investigates the pros and cons, and what skills you might need in order to start a career in-house.
The Financial Conduct Authority is expected to receive overwhelming calls not to include the legal function of banks and other financial institutions in its accountability regime for top executives.
In-house lawyers may risk a conflict of interest with their employers if the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) includes in-house legal teams in its reporting and accountability regime, the Law Society of England and Wales has said.