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Workplace pensions and auto-enrolment

5 November 2015By

David Loaring outlines the actions all businesses need to take to comply with the new pensions auto-enrolment scheme

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The 2014 budget - a champion for investor choice?

28 May 2014Updated: 2 January 2015By

Andrew Garrido of Pacific IFA explains the changes that the 2014 budget made to savings and pensions, and what they mean for your investments

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A good CV is like squeezing oranges

13 April 2017By

Rachel Brushfield talks about how to make your CV like squeezed orange juice, juicy and inviting.

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Closing the Gender Pay Gap: Fawcett or Pankhurst?

6 April 2017

Jessica Peacock, policy advisor for the Women Lawyers Division, writes about the celebration of the commissioninhg of a statue of Dame Millicent Fawcett and how far we still have to overcome the gender pay gap.

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African Women Lawyers Association is launched

6 April 2017

Supported by the Law Society, the African Women Lawyers’ Association hosted a women’s leadership conference on the 25 March 2017. 

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The Say My Name Campaign

6 April 2017

To mark End Racism Day, the Law Society and Sisters in Law launched a new online project, Say My Name.

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Seven reasons why the legal profession needs International Women’s Day

8 March 2017

On International Women’s Day, Suzanne Gallagher and Shereen Semnani offer seven reasons why the legal profession needs to sit up and take notice.

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