- Civil Litigation
- Ethnic Minority Lawyers
- Human Rights
- Junior Lawyers
A range of challenges face partners looking to plan effectively for their retirement in the current volatile marketplace. Mark Waddilove looks at the options, and which to choose at different stages of your retirement planning
Lucy Trevelyan looks at recent trends in the use of office space in law firms and beyond – including agile working, shoring and activity-based working – and examines the drivers for change, plus the benefits and possible pitfalls
Up-to-the-minute strategies and practical guidance to put you ahead of the competition.
Registration is open to book your place at this year’s Law Management Section annual conference.
Success is not an accident but part of plan; a process you can build in your firm.
The Law Society takes an evidence-based approach to identify your strategic and operational needs. We use this research to help us select partner companies who can meet these needs whilst offering quality and value to you as a member. The Law Society will be endorsing a number of accounting firms to support different regions of England and Wales. We currently have one endorsed partner, covering the Northern regions.
The links below will take you to www.lawgazette.co.uk
Chancery Lane acts ahead of expected Competition Watchdog call for more information about prices and service quality.
Five practitioners convicted by tribunal in two months.
As a Section member, you're entitled to four webinars as part of your membership, available live and on-demand
The webinar will provide practical guidance for managing difficult partners
The webinar will provide practical guidance for effective management of financial pressures.
Benefit from understanding what is involved in entering business awards, how to properly plan and resource collation of compelling evidence and how to build your story for selected categories.
This webinar is aimed at legal and HR professionals holding management positions and it will look at how to address mental health issues amongst staff.