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    Tips from smaller firms

    2 July 2018

    Special focus: PII

  • Studying
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    Five tips for studying part-time

    25 June 2018

    Excitement, fear and overstretch come with the prospect of extra study on top of the day job. How to cope? 

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    Money machine

    25 June 2018

    With cash pouring into third-party funding, law firms are well-placed to enter the market and provide capital at lower rates. But they need to take heed of the risks.

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    Missing opportunities

    18 June 2018

    Damage to career prospects is discouraging applications to the judiciary, but the recruitment problem also extends to social class and race.

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    Pole positions

    11 June 2018

    Inward investment, booming capital markets and major infrastructure projects are fuelling competition among law firms for Polish instructions.

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    An ‘appalling vista’

    11 June 2018

    A newly established group of parliamentarians aims to counter widespread indifference to allegedly wrongful convictions. Lawyers are being urged to support them.

  • Law Society findings
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    The science behind consumer bias

    2018-06-04T15:15:00Z

    Law Society research on the most useful information solicitors can give consumers threw up some interesting results.

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    Five views on dressing for the law

    4 June 2018

    For men and women working in law, ‘casual’ dress offers limited change.

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    Fiscal ferment

    4 June 2018

    Business is booming for international tax lawyers as multinationals and the ultra-rich look to navigate their way through a fast-changing and increasingly complicated global tax environment. 

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    The only way is ethics

    21 May 2018

    In the shadow of Silicon Valley’s scandals, tech innovators are faced with developing moral principles to govern their software alongside algorithms that run our lives.

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    Trading blows

    21 May 2018

    Political brinkmanship drives decisions on sanctions and puts allies at loggerheads. Eduardo Reyes looks at the advisory and enforcement efforts that trail in the geopolitical wake.

  • Serious Fraud Office
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    Scam busters

    14 May 2018

    Specialist fraud lawyers are in high demand as enforcers struggle to contain what is now the UK’s most commonly experienced crime.

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    Five easy ways to improve people's wellbeing

    14 May 2018

    Stress, unhappiness, bad health and burnout hurt organisations. Plants, painting  and exercise should be encouraged.

  • Experiential learning
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    Careers clinics

    7 May 2018

    An innovative learning hub at Coventry University puts students in the driving seat to boost their employability.

  • Young guns: the JLD committee
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    This life under pressure

    7 May 2018

    Many junior lawyers face formidable challenges – from debt and the ‘paralegal trap’ to competition from technology. Junior Lawyers Division members reflect on their experience.

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    Space odyssey

    30 April 2018

    Despite Brexit the commercial property market is holding up well. But new regulations could deter investors.

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    On the money

    30 April 2018

    With private wealth under cross-border scrutiny, the nervous rich are reaching for lawyers who must also put their own houses in order.

  • Peter Wright
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    GDPR: down to the wire

    30 April 2018

    Law Society event hears there is no tick-box route to compliance with the new data protection regime – and 25 May will be the start, not the end of the process.

  • Alistair Hazell
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    Insight: The benefits of private banking

    30 April 2018

    In an increasingly automated world, Alastair Hazell of Hampden Co describes how private banking can offer the benefits of a more personal service to both legal professionals and their clients.

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    Insight: Chelsea F.C. a footbridge too far

    30 April 2018

    Robert Kelly of Stewart Title looks at ways in which developers can deal with potential rights of light claims.