Features – Page 7

  • Howto
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    How to work in new ways

    30 March 2020

    With Covid-19 shutting offices and forcing teams apart, Katharine Freeland looks at remote, flexible and agile working

  • Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal
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    SDT decisions

    30 March 2020

    Decisions filed recently with the Law Society (which may be subject to appeal).

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    An uphill battle

    30 March 2020

    Global efforts to achieve equality for women at the top of the legal profession are struggling to get results. Melanie Newman finds out what is going wrong – and what is working.

  • Hiscox
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    How to avoid floods of tears from a water leak in your home

    23 March 2020

    Torrential rainfall has left thousands of properties inundated across the country.  But there are some simple things you can do to try to lessen the risk of a water leak in your home.

  • Moneypit
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    Home truths

    23 March 2020

    Conveyancing is in need of an overhaul – but will vested interests thwart effective reforms? Marialuisa Taddia reports.

  • Conveyancing digital
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    Data page – March 2020

    2020-03-19T15:18:00Z

    The latest data page figures, compiled by Moneyfacts, are now available.

  • Empty London offices as Coronavirus Covid-19 worsens in London
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    Cash focus is needed to navigate coronavirus pandemic

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    Demand for all commercial and individual legal services is likely to be impacted in some way, so how will senior partners respond?

  • Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal courtroom
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    SDT: decisions and interventions

    16 March 2020

    Decisions filed recently with the Law Society (which may be subject to appeal).

  • Solicitor and client meeting
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    Challenging conversations with clients

    16 March 2020

    Without training in mental health first aid, we may damage trust in the client-lawyer relationship.

  • Martin-Freeman-Confession
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    Pace Odyssey

    16 March 2020

    Policymakers and criminal lawyers talk to David Cowan about how well the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 has stood the test of time

  • The lord chief justice addresses guests at an event to celebrate the Commercial Court’s 125th anniversary
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    Happy anniversary?

    16 March 2020

    As the Commercial Court turns 125, litigators are confident it can remain globally pre-eminent despite the threat of rival jurisdictions and Brexit uncertainty. Jonathan Rayner reports.

  • Joanna Goodman
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    Connecting the dots

    9 March 2020

    Innovative platforms are enabling advisers to deepen their relationships with clients, while at the same time identifying new business opportunities for law firms.

  • Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal sign
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    SDT: Decisions and interventions

    9 March 2020

    Decisions filed recently with the Law Society (which may be subject to appeal).

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    Earn and learn

    9 March 2020

    Aspiring lawyers have a keen appetite for solicitor apprenticeships, but the profession’s inherent conservatism and delays to the SQE’s introduction are holding them back.

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    What the SQE means for law firms

    9 March 2020

    The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) intends to introduce the Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) in the autumn of 2021.

  • HM Revenue & Customs
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    More tales of the unexpected

    2 March 2020

    This article enlarges upon the piece on SDLT published on 27 January (‘ Close the knowledge gap to avoid costly mistakes ’). It gives six more examples of how complex, arbitrary and arguably unfair the stamp duty rules on residential property transactions can be. It also corrects facts in the ...

  • Gwyneth Bebb, pioneer campaigner for women to be admitted as solicitors.
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    Following the footsteps of the first

    2 March 2020

    106 years after the courts told would-be lawyer Gwyneth Bebb she was not a ‘person’, Catherine Baksi takes a walk with her granddaughter

  • Chancery Lane after February 2020 fire
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    Law Society spotlight: February’s Council meeting

    24 February 2020

    A report from this month’s Law Society Council meeting.

  • Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal sign
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    SDT: Decisions and interventions

    24 February 2020

    Decisions filed recently with the Law Society (which may be subject to appeal).

  • Sarosh-Zaiwalla
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    Only connect: Sarosh Zaiwalla

    24 February 2020

    Sarosh Zaiwalla has always looked overseas for work – a strategy, hears Jonathan Rayner, that has brought him cases ranging from sanctioned banks to the return of ancient religious idols