Professor Richard Collier has produced a briefing report on anxiety among junior lawyers.
Are you looking to take the next step in your career in local government law?
Are you a disabled person, or someone with a long-term medical condition working in, aspiring to work in, or retired from the legal profession? If so, this research is for you.
Join us for a spectacular gala dinner on Saturday 28 September 2019 at the Law Society’s Grade II listed building in London.
The Civil Litigation Section Committee is holding a free event for junior lawyers working in civil dispute resolution.
Make sure you save the date and book your place for this year’s International Weekend, which will take place between 27 September and 29 September 2019 in London.
The Junior Lawyers Division is holding two free all-day skills events for junior lawyers - from LPC students to solicitors with five years’ PQE.
I don’t commonly use sporting metaphors, but it’s difficult to describe the pending Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal’s application to the Legal Services Board as anything but an open goal.
The Junior Lawyers Division recently released the results from its annual resilience and wellbeing survey. As with previous years, they make grim reading.
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