12 February 2018
With bullying rife at the highest level, the partnership structure needs an overhaul; until then the profession is unfit for purpose
Criminal lawyers will have been horrified by the revelations about non-disclosure of evidence helpful to the defence.
I noticed with interest a Gazette piece on the perils of deploying humour in court. I once represented a somewhat obnoxious client in the local magistrates’ court.
5 February 2018
Events at the Presidents Club Charity Dinner serve to highlight yet again the uneven playing field encountered by women at work
What legal remedies are available for those who have suffered pay discrimination at the hands of their employers?
29 January 2018
After the government reshuffled its ‘middle-ranking’ justice secretary, David Gauke should act now to restore the role of lord chancellor
I am a card-carrying member of the Co-op. Nevertheless, I cannot be the only one taken aback by its claim over launching its ‘new online divorce service’ (news, 16 January).
Your recent articles and letters about notifying trainees of whether they will be offered a post with the firm after completing their training contract brings back a memory which, at the time, made me want the earth to swallow me up whole.
22 January 2018
Trainee solicitors should not be penalised for looking for jobs elsewhere if their current firm waits until the last minute to offer them a position.
Mark Carlisle defends the role of costs recovery firms.
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