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Kelly Griffiths, a solicitor at Allington Hughes Law in Wrexham, writes in the Chester Chronicle about her working day as a family law solicitor and also being chair of the Chester and North Wales JLD.
On behalf of the European Young Bar Association (EYBA), the JLD is inviting its members to take part in a survey of young lawyers across Europe.
Make sure you save the date and book your place for this year’s International Weekend, which will take place between 22-26 September 2016 in London.
On 27 September 2016, the Law Society is hosting a speed networking event aimed at black and minority ethnic solicitors.
This is part of a series of workshops designed specifically for the needs of in-house lawyers.
Book your exhibition stand today at the only national recruitment event specifically designed to encourage a more diverse range of entrants into the legal sector.
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
The webinar is delivered by Husnara Begum, who has extensive experience in career coaching to law students and qualified lawyers and also runs soft skills and media training for law firms.
Join this webinar for advice on how to complete training contract application forms, CVs and cover letters that will make you shine.
This webinar is about soft skills training to assist junior lawyers develop effective team working, leadership and delegation skills.
This webinar is principally aimed at junior lawyers but anyone who is keen to bolster their public speaking and presentation skills should have a listen.
This free one hour webinar looks at the reasons why firms merge, assesses how the process may affect you as an individual and offers practical advice on how to respond to the situation in a practical way.
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There’s nothing like a story about salaries to pique solicitors’ interest
Leading US firms have rushed to match pay increases at New York giant Cravath, Swaine & Moore.
If firms fail to address ingrained cultural problems in the profession, they may face an exodus of talented young lawyers.