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The Law Society has responded to the SRA consultation on proposed regulations for qualification as a solicitor.
Lady Brenda Hale is the first woman to be appointed president of the Supreme Court.
Alex Heshmaty, legal writer, explains what content marketing is, and how law firms can use it to grow their client base and build a rapport
The internet is full of articles claiming to provide the secret to limitless personal productivity. If only we got out of bed earlier, organised our email more often, or divided our day into 25-minute bursts of activity followed by tiny little breaks. There’s even one study out there that says that the secret is to pause to look at pictures of kittens every few hours…
Twenty-one new deputy high court judges have been appointed by the Judicial Office today.
A highlight of every year for me, since becoming Deputy Vice President and now President of the Law Society, is the admissions ceremonies. Each time I tell them that we are all advocates for the profession and the solicitor brand. For many, qualifying is the major milestone in their journey as a solicitor. I feel strongly that is only one part of our development in the profession - albeit a very important one.
For Mental Health Awareness Week, Rita Oscar offers her top tips for developing and improving your emotional resilience, helping you to achieve success and happiness
There’s one big thing that’s killing our ability to focus and give our work the attention it requires: digital distraction — the overwhelming bombardment of text messages, emails, pop-ups, news feeds, and updates from which it is almost impossible to hide.
Negotiating might be central to a solicitor’s role, and to be a good negotiator you need to be able to hone your selling technique. Ciarán Fenton provides a 3-step guide
Applications are open for the Law Society's mentoring scheme to support career progression for solicitors from under-represented groups.
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