Post-Brexit Britain could see female junior lawyers smash the glass ceiling and leave adversity behind, writes Adele Edwin-Lamerton
Ben Wild, trainee solicitor at Leathes Prior Solicitors, shares his impressions of his six-month secondment as a trainee solicitor at the Law Society’s Brussels Office Read the blog
Adele Edwin-Lamerton of the JLD committee asks whether law firms will follow the example of PwC and start using new, fairer criteria for recruiting trainees.
Amy Clowrey and Greg Smith recap events from the American Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division spring conference.
Laura Uberoi shares her advice for achieving a senior position in the profession regardless of age or PQE.
In August last year, two members of the Junior Lawyers Division executive committee, Adam Hattersley and James Kitching, attended the International Young Lawyers’ Congress’s (AIJA) annual conference in Brussels.
Did you know that working faster and faster is the way to bad mental health situations? As part of Mental Health Awareness Week we will be running a series of blogs all week. Today, Ann Page will discuss the first core concept of mindfulness.
When was the last time you found yourself behind schedule and it did not irritate you?
When was the last time you spent a whole day without worrying or feeling guilty?
Over the last three years, the JLD has focused on supporting junior lawyers experiencing mental ill-health and stress at work.