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From the Law Management Section: Grania Langdon-Down on apprenticeships
Book the Junior Lawyers Divison annual conference and ball, held on Saturday 28 April, held at the Law Society in London
Respect for the rule of law is on trial this week as the Supreme Court meets to hear evidence on who should trigger Article 50 and Britain's exit from the EU.
Tan Ikram discusses moving from private practice to the judiciary.
Diversity profile of the solicitors' profession 2015 - published October 2015
If you are a qualified lawyer from an overseas jurisdiction, you may be eligible to transfer to the roll of solicitors of England and Wales under the Qualified Transfer Scheme.
Passing the Professional Skills Course is the final stage to becoming qualified as a solicitor.
How to become a solicitor by taking a law degree.
To become a solicitor, you must complete the Legal Practice Course (LPC) prior to qualifying.
Everyone who wants to become a solicitor must complete the same requirements for the academic stage of training.
Read the latest research in our survey on in-house solicitor earnings for 2015
In advance of Black History Month, Jerry Garvey and Barbara Whitehorne consider issues around diversity in the legal profession, and explain what the Law Society is doing to help.
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