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Making your money go further: four tips for female junior lawyers


Financial planning is not something that’s taught at law school, and can be pushed down your list of priorities very quickly with a busy and stressful career to manage. Sarah Deacon, area manager at Wesleyan, a specialist financial services mutual for lawyers, and Liz Mulley, senior associate at Trowers & ...


Legal walks – raising money for pro bono initiatives

2019-07-23T09:08:00+01:00By , , Kayleigh Leonie

Amy Clowrey, Charlotte Parkinson and Kayleigh Leonie share their experiences of the 15th London Legal Walk.


ABA Young Lawyers Division spring conference 2019

2019-07-22T13:42:00+01:00By ,

Amy Clowrey and Charlotte Parkinson share their thoughts on the 2019 ABA Young Lawyers Division conference.


Millennials and wellbeing in law firms


Charlotte Parkinson explores the results of the JLD’s resilience and wellbeing survey 2019.


Using a civil standard of proof for quasi-criminal sanctions doesn’t give solicitors a sporting chance


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.

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