No pressing need for registry to extend powers and take over local land charge service, Society says.
Going the extra mile is key to winning a Law Society Excellence Award. We speak to one of last year’s judges and past recipients of the Gazette Legal Personality of the Year accolade.
Is it possible to pursue a second vocation alongside the law?
The costs of commercial litigation are tougher to finance post-Jackson. Alternative financing models are coming to the market, but will they succeed in plugging the funding gap?
It is eight years since judicial selection was overhauled, but improving diversity is turning out to be a difficult and slow process.
Tips from the Law Management Section roadshow in Birmingham.
Romania continues to grapple with the malign legacy of Nicolae Ceausescu, but its legal sector is thriving.
The inquest into the shooting of Mark Duggan would have benefited from greater transparency.
A growing number of law firms want to stay in touch with people who move on. What are the reasons why and how can you reconnect?
The recruitment world is buoyant, but for legal aid lawyers problems persist.
Law firms’ marketing departments should work closely with new lateral hires to ensure business success.
School statistics demonstrate that City firms do not have to look far to find high-achieving young people.
Law firms and legal departments that are in a position to be more imaginative when hiring will end up with better people.
When trying to win new clients, preparation and patience are required.