Local authorities come together to establish legal services framework agreement.
East Africa’s legal markets remain diverse, but economic and political integration is heightening interest in the region.
Law firms should involve all staff in preparing for disaster recovery.
Far-reaching civil justice reforms and a nascent economic recovery are cheering Italy’s lawyers after three years of recession.
How a ground-breaking recruitment tool can improve graduate social mobility.
The Client Interviewing Competition has huge benefits for law students and has led to work placements and training contracts.
The ups and downs of running a small firm and where their owners can go for advice.
The latest data page figures, compiled by Moneyfacts, are now available.
Prospecting for overseas business is a long-term project, the Law Society’s international marketplace conference heard.
Fewer people in the profession seem willing to climb career ladders.
The British high street is not dead – many are confident, thriving places. That must mean there’s a future for the high street solicitor.
Chris Vaughan has been appointed to the role of general counsel and company secretary at Whitbread.
Deborah Levy joins in London as a family law consultant in the private client practice group.
He joins Cheltenham-based BPE Solicitors as non-executive chairman from the beginning of October 2015.
Lisa Bland, Rebecca D’Arcy, Samantha Nickson and Edward Strudwick have started two-year training contracts, while Lauren Frear and Sophie Levitt comprise the fifth annual intake for the firm’s multiple award-winning apprenticeship scheme.