The 11th Junior Lawyers Division annual conference and ball will be held on Saturday 28 April 2018 at the Law Society in London.
This event is aimed both at firms which already run an apprenticeship programme and those exploring how to get involved.
LawCare has announced that they will be working with the Open University in 2018, to promote positive emotional and psychological approaches to working in the legal profession.
The JLD national committee meets three times a year. If you are a JLD member and want to get involved with the JLD but are unsure of where to start, you can attend a JLD national committee meeting as an observer and find out more.
The Junior Lawyers Division, in partnership with the Bristol JLD, is holding a free one-day skills event, aimed at trainees, newly qualified solicitors (NQs) and solicitors up to five years’ PQE.
Referrals are a great source of new business. Yet most firms or indeed individuals do not actively seek them, this is a missed opportunity as referrals are one of the most cost-effective ways to win new clients and new work.
As part of our regional engagement we are holding an event in Bristol to mark LGBT History Month.
On the 30th anniversary of Section 28 of the Local Government Act 1988 (and the 15th of its repeal), this seminar will focus on the legacy of this notorious legislation and how far we have come since its abolition.
The Law Society has developed this one day introductory training session to help solicitors considering a career move into wills, probate and trusts.
This two hour session will examine the challenges faced by in-house lawyers and will provide tools and techniques to address these tricky people issues.
The Law Society has developed an exciting careers event to offer advice and support to mature students and/or career changers aspiring to become solicitors.
This exciting event for second year trainees aims to cover all aspects of preparing for qualification.
As an in-house lawyer, how can you work in a pro bono capacity? How can your organisation encourage and promote pro bono programmes? Learn about the benefits of pro bono, including the scope for career development. Learn from examples of programmes that are working well.