Post-Brexit Britain could see female junior lawyers smash the glass ceiling and leave adversity behind, writes Adele Edwin-Lamerton
In the big decisions about the long-term future of the solicitor profession, the voices of the people who will constitute that future should be the loudest, argues Leanne Maund
Benjamin Fraser on why clients are increasing their demand for industry-specific knowledge
Amy Clowrey discusses the factors that indicate when it is time to move firm, and when you should stay put.
The government consultation on postgraduate funding could be good news for LPC students and social mobility in the legal profession, writes Charlotte Parkinson
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
Amy Clowrey, JLD executive committee member, reviews the JLD annual conference and ball 2016
Bryan Scant has concerns about the implications of the solicitors qualifying exam for access to the profession
Tamasin Dorosti of the Junior Lawyer Division committee attended a networking event in November 2015 hosted by the Army Legal Service (ALS)s. Here she gives an overview of a career with the ALS.
A wealth of paralegal experience is not always a hindrance in the hunt for an elusive training contract, writes Charlotte Parkinson