Tamasin Dorosti advises junior lawyers on the value of having a mentor to guide your early legal career.
Amy Clowrey talks about her recent visit to Uganda as part of the HLSUTG delegation.
Nick Gore of Carter Thomas Solicitors provides an insight to the volunteering at the EU Rights Clinic.
Junior lawyers at DLA Piper explain how their work with Reprieve makes a difference
Ronald Leung of Dentons talks about taking part in the London Young Lawyers Group Pro Bono Awareness Month.
Adam Hattersley offers advice to trainee solicitors worried about not being retained by their firms.
Amy Clowrey and Rick Thomas of the JLD executive committee report on the recent EYBA summer conference and AGM in Porto in June 2017.
Hear from Charlotte Parkinson and James Kitching about their time on the JLD executive committee and how they have benefited professionally and personally from the experience.
Generation Y’s focus on varied tasks and work-life balance isn’t about being work-shy; it’s about being flexible to get the best out of employees, explains Charlotte Parkinson
Junior lawyers are well placed to promote shared values and benefit from those who fail to see their importance, writes Matthew Allan
What does new technology for the legal services market mean for the role of junior lawyers, wonders James Kitching
Phil Cockayne, Commercial Director at JCI UK, explains how the JLD and JCI International share some common goals and how joint initiatives can be beneficial.
Are employers doing enough to support good mental health in the workplace, asks Kayleigh Leonie
The government should consider alternatives to reducing the NHS’s bill before imposing a costs cap, argues Greg Smith
Move over Battle of the Sexes, the Battle of the Generations has begun in earnest, writes Beth Forrester
LGBT history month is a chance to reflect on the challenges faced by many who fought to overcome antiquated views, writes Amy Clowrey
Solicitors criticised for their pay packets should remember the social and economic contribution they have made, says Bryan Scant
More and more solicitors are suffering from stress at work, potentially affecting both their own wellbeing and the productivity of their businesses. Rita Oscar offers her top tips for managing stress in the legal profession. Read the blog
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
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.