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Each year law students, trainee solicitors, pupil barristers and junior lawyers (current, prospective or inbetween stages) are invited to enter the Law Society’s annual Graham Turnbull essay competition.
We are delighted to announce the release of an Equivalent Means FAQ, drafted with the assistance of the SRA.
Entertainment will include a magician, chocolate fountain, photographer with Christmas props, Santa and pianist!
The European Young Bar Association (EYBA) is delighted to invite you to join them at the resort of Morzine, France.
How a better understanding of your emotional intelligence can help your performance at work.
Tamasin Dorosti of the JLD committee writes about a recent seminar she attended about the legal aspects of doing business in Pakistan.
The JLD has recently coordinated with the New Zealand Law Society’s Auckland Young Lawyers committee to interview Caroline Laband
Josie Beal of Prettys Solicitors talks about the volunteering services at the Suffolk Law Advice Centre run by the Ipswich and Suffolk Council for Racial Equality.
Laura Pearce of JFH Law talks about her work with the Employment Tribunal Litigant in Person Support Scheme.
Hayley Gore and Lauren Cooke, trainees at DLA Piper, explain how they and their colleagues provide pro bono services through the Princes Trust Legal Support Service.
Laura Huntington of Eversheds provides an insight into providing pro bono services for the Manuel Bravo Project.
Emma Dickinson, solicitor at Action for Children, talks about her pro bono work with the Cranfield Trust and HRNet.
It is unacceptable that child-rearing has been cited as one reason for the divergence in male and female pay, writes Adele Edwin-Lamerton.
Kayleigh Leonie explains about the benefits of working from home.
Charlotte Parkinson provides an insight into her year on the JLD executive committee as student representative.
Charlotte Parkinson and Kayleigh Leonie give their account of their attendance at the European Young Bar Association (EYBA) Summer Conference in Copenhagen.
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.
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Chancery Lane recommends that firms pay trainees at least £20,276 in London and £18,183 outside.
Essays were invited on anonymity in legal proceedings.
City pay hikes for juniors are a calculated gamble.