Every month, the Law Society Gazette publishes an article written by a member of the Junior Lawyers Division.
This too shall pass: dealing with stress
Hannah Bignell (May 2020)
Will the LSB close the stable door before the SQE horse bolts?
Greg Smith (April 2020)
Classism: the unseen prejudice
Leah Caprani (March 2020)
How to rescue criminal defence
Ollie Grech (February 2020)
Time to tackle the law’s drinking culture
Manda Banerji (January 2020)
Mental health needs to play on our minds
Mollie Ferguson (December 2019)
Junior lawyers: What’s in store for 2020?
Charlotte Parkinson (November 2019)
Tackle bullying and harassment from the top
Amy Clowrey (October 2019)
Taking the human out of human resources?
Leah Caprani (September 2019)
What if the super-exam applied to doctors?
Greg Smith (August 2019)
The training contract: an afterword
Nicola Wilding (July 2019)
We need to get a grip on stress
Kayleigh Leonie (June 2019)
Calling time on our booze culture
Laura Uberoi (May 2019)
Junior lawyers: lessons from history
Manda Banerji (April 2019)
Junior lawyers need protection - now
Amy Clowrey (March 2019)
Weighing the cost of qualification
Adam Hattersley (February 2019)
Lawtech: Give yourself the edge
James Kitching (January 2019)
Failing to protect children from abuse
Amy Clowrey (December 2018)
Is parliamentary privilege open to abuse?
Charlotte Lakin (November 2018)
SDT’s standard of proof should reflect sanctions
Greg Smith (October 2018)