As exciting as the rise of legal technology is, a more pressing problem faces the junior end of the profession: too many of us struggle with basic computer literacy.
Hear from Charlotte Parkinson and James Kitching about their time on the JLD executive committee and how they have benefited professionally and personally from the experience.
Adele Edwin-Lamerton gives junior lawyers an overview of the work of an employment lawyer.
Greg Smith reviews the SRA’s rationale for the proposed ‘super-exam’ and suggests they need a backup plan.
Amy Clowrey provides an insight into her life as a solicitor working with child abuse survivors
Amy Clowrey and Greg Smith recap events from the American Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division spring conference.
In our last blog to mark Mental Health Awareness Week, Liz Gilmour considers how the legal sector can no longer shrug off issues such as stress and mental health.