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The webinar includes tips for how to build rapport, tackle difficult questions and overcome unspoken hurdles to success
This webinar shares tools and techniques for deciding how to stick with your goal even in the face of setbacks.
This webinar delivers top tips on what to expect when returning to work
This webinar gives an overview of agile and flexible working and how it can work for you
This webinar provides guidance on how to create a skills-based CV, rather than the traditional chronological approach.
This year a record number of solicitor advocates were appointed to Queen's Counsel. Adam Johnson, one of the six appointed, shares his tips for success.
The European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill is amended and the discount rate to personal injury compensation payments is lowered.
The European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill is debated and the government publishes the Prisons and Courts Bill.
Four months into continuing competence, some firms are introducing draconian, bureaucratic processes to comply under the new regime. And that means they are unnecessarily making a rod for their own back, says Melissa Hardee.
Barry Wilkinson makes the case for time capture and why it is essential to profitability
The decision by the MoJ to drop a string of proposals that would have undermined judicial diversity will be a relief to the legal sector.
The closure of two more courts in London risks putting the justice system out of reach for many people in the capital.
Three new apprenticeship schemes have opened up new routes into the legal profession. Jessie Barwick looks at the advantages for apprentices, firms and the legal profession.
The introduction of the European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill today begins the legislative process of the UK's exit from the European Union.
Today's decision by the Supreme Court makes it clear an act of parliament is required to authorise the government to trigger Article 50.
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