23 March 2015
A guide to ceasing to act and how to avoid any reputational damage.
9 March 2015
A City thought-leader believes he can help clever lawyers avoid doing silly things.
26 January 2015
How can law firms get their hands on government money to boost their businesses and provide coaching?
1 December 2014
Running a rural practice has complexities resembling an Archers subplot.
17 November 2014
An effective and respected senior partner is a leader not a dictator.
27 October 2014
The benefits of routine remote working.
13 October 2014
The emergence of compliance officers and the SRA’s mandatory principles have led to a surge in the number of solicitor-on-solicitor complaints. Here’s how the process works.
8 September 2014
Competition for training contracts is fiercer than ever and applicants must find a way to stand out from the crowd.
30 June 2014
Competition for in-house legal positions has never been more fierce. We offer advice for those on the outside looking in.
16 June 2014
The stability that was once a hallmark of our profession has gone for good. Law firms must innovate if they are to thrive.
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