18 January 2021
Leading industry figures tell Joanna Goodman what it takes to leap off the traditional career escalator into the fast-expanding world of legal innovation.
11 January 2021
2021 will present new challenges to a remote workforce.
The Equality Act has been in force for over a decade. Has it lived up to expectations?
The final Council meeting of 2020 took place on 9 December.
14 December 2020
In just over a fortnight the Brexit transition period ends. What now for the legal profession? Eduardo Reyes reports.
Embracing uncertainty can build resilience into your law firm's business strategy.
7 December 2020
The equality pledge of the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919 remains unfulfilled.
Brexit and Covid‑19 are posing major legal challenges for the UK’s vibrant pharmaceutical industry, but the government is keeping lawyers guessing. Marialuisa Taddia reports.
30 November 2020
The clients of City law firms can begin to plan for life after Covid-19. But have their priorities changed? Eduardo Reyes reports.
Shadow solicitor general Ellie Reeves MP says violence against women and girls is ‘close to the top’ of her agenda.
23 November 2020
Will Covid-19 revolutionise the market for commercial property, or just accelerate existing trends? Opinion is divided, reports Marialuisa Taddia.
16 November 2020
As technology gains traction, it is reconfiguring the definition and delivery of legal services and taking the future of law in unexpected directions
How you resolve a disagreement can affect your mental health.
9 November 2020
Lockdown, which turned the legal recruitment market on its head earlier this year, is back. Yet recruiters are optimistic, reports Maria Shahid.
As cash-strapped councils descend into crisis, tough questions are being asked about law and governance.
2020 has been an extraordinary year for the legal profession, the country, and for the Law Society, writes Paul Tennant.
2 November 2020
There is high praise for the City’s own tribunal. Should it have a bigger remit? Marialuisa Taddia reports.
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.
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?
Networks like the Black Solicitors Network are both a precursor to progress and a way of defending it.
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