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.
Oliver Haddock of RadcliffesLeBrasseur provides an insight into the volunteering services at Battersea Legal Advice Centre.
Brogan Solomon explains how junior lawyers can alleviate their firms’ concerns about pro bono work by highlighting the opportunities available and skills they can develop.
The response to the High Court’s article 50 judgment has emphasised that there is a distinct lack of constitutional understanding in the UK, writes Adele Edwin-Lamerton
You’re never too young to start formulating a list of useful business contacts, explains Jonathan Smith
Louise Taylor of Anthony Gold Solicitors talks about her pro bono work with Centre 70 Legal Advice Clinic.
Emma Dickinson, solicitor at Action for Children, talks about her pro bono work with the Cranfield Trust and HRNet.
Should EU law remain compulsory for aspiring solicitors, asks Matthew Allan