Roundtable: From high street to cloud

5 October 2020By

Some small law firms are at risk as the pandemic continues to bite. But others are planning for a bright future, using lessons they have learned in lockdown.

Remote working

Lockdown: Protect and survive

7 September 2020By

When Covid-19 is brought under control, what will the business of law have learned about ways of working and the profession’s resilience? Eduardo Reyes reports from the Gazette’s latest roundtable discussion.

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‘Joint V’ Roundtable: Famous Five

3 August 2020By

There is no rule book on how law societies should deal with a pandemic. So when members looked to the profession’s local leaders for support, how did they respond?


Law Society’s international work in Africa

2020-07-02T10:41:00+01:00By David Greene

Insight from roundtable will help us broaden market access and remove some of the barriers to operating on the continent.

General Counsel roundtable group

Taking the controls

17 February 2020By

In-house counsel are wary of a ‘golden age’ for private practice which can mean partner profits taking priority over client needs. Eduardo Reyes reports from the Gazette’s latest roundtable

Paul Tennant

Exe marks the spot

9 December 2019By

Exeter is so much more than the south-west’s second legal centre, hears Eduardo Reyes at the Gazette’s latest roundtable. As well as offering an enviable lifestyle, the city boasts a fiercely competitive market which is a draw for junior lawyers seeking to make their mark

Tamara Adrián

Global targets

2 December 2019By

Cast as ‘vagabonds’ in many countries, blackmailed by police and turned down for asylum, transgender people are badly let down by the law. What can be done? Eduardo Reyes reports.

At the table

Mersey soundings

18 November 2019By

Since Liverpool was crowned European Capital of Culture 2008, the city has enjoyed a renaissance that has brought commercial work – and law firms – pouring in. Paul Rogerson reports from the Gazette’s latest roundtable

Manchester RT

The only way is up

11 November 2019By

Some in the law are happy with the success of schemes to improve the profession’s role in social mobility. But serious problems remain, junior lawyers tell Eduardo Reyes, including the experience of ‘imposter syndrome’ after qualification.


Paths of least resistance

28 October 2019By

Improving access to the profession and creating a more diverse workforce are laudable ambitions, but is the new Solicitors Qualifying Examination the best way to achieve these aims? Grania Langdon-Down reports from the Gazette’s latest roundtable