The winner of the Law Society Excellence Award for Junior Lawyer of the Year 2018 has been announced.
We are holding a free one-day skills event to assist LPC students and LPC graduates with their search for a training position.
This exciting event for undergraduates aims to cover all aspects of preparing for a career in the solicitors’ profession, including tips on increasing your chances of success, completing applications and interview techniques.
Interested in a career in politics? Find out how to launch your career in public life at our free panel session.
A free JLD webinar on stress in the legal profession now through the Law Society’s Professional Development Centre (PDC).
These webinars will help you to plan your career and influence career stakeholders.
What would you like to be doing in five or ten years’? Whatever your aim, developing your skills is vital to progressing your career and building a solid foundation for the future.
This free webinar provides practical advice on how to survive interviews and assessment days for vacation schemes and training contracts.
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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This was a sustained spell of dishonesty. But the factors creating this behaviour have long since gone.
Regulator estimates SQE will cost between £3,000 and £4,500 - and confirms start date has been delayed.
The question dividing both public and legal opinion is whether a peer should be able to circumvent a court ruling.