26 October 2020
Law firms will struggle to stay in business without modern tech capability and interactive client resources. But too many are running on ancient systems.
This month’s meeting covered policy impact, public affairs, supporting members during Covid-19, Social Mobility Ambassadors, and more.
Decisions filed recently with the Law Society (which may be subject to appeal).
Networks like the Black Solicitors Network are both a precursor to progress and a way of defending it.
HMRC’s ‘blended approach’ to tackling tax evasion and money laundering is getting results, reports Melanie Newman. But is it encroaching on people’s rights?
I would encourage any black professionals to mentor a younger black person - you could be the first black role model an aspiring student will meet.
19 October 2020
Global legal networks, once viewed as the ‘poor relations’, are coming into their own in the crisis.
The impact of Covid-19 dominated discussions at the Law Society’s 19th National Property Conference. But amid the uncertainty, the pandemic has helped to speed up much-needed innovation, including electronic signatures.
The latest data page figures, compiled by Moneyfacts, are now available.
12 October 2020
With another lord chancellor gunning for the 20-year-old Human Rights Act, how do lawyers evaluate its legacy? Melanie Newman reports.
As law firms reinvent their working practices to absorb the impact of Covid-19, their ability to choose and invest wisely in technology has come under greater scrutiny.
‘The best place to look for international growth’.
Nelson Mandela’s courtroom battle.
Key takeaways from a panel session at the Law Society's Technology Conference.
5 October 2020
The stakes are high when recruiting in the middle of a global pandemic. Virtual interviews are the new normal but they come with complications, reports Maria Shahid.
Celebrating achievement against the odds.
28 September 2020
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