Matt O'Brien, Chair of the Birmingham Law Society Criminal Law Committee, explores how regional law societies give their members the power to influence national policy.
In the first of a two-part series on complaints, Rebecca Atkinson, the director of risk & compliance at Howard Kennedy LLP, looks at some of the reasons why clients complain and how to avoid complaints by focusing on providing good service in key areas.
Californian Graduate Diploma in Law student Elijah Granet discusses unwanted and misunderstood legal American terms.
Simon Day is a copywriter and blogger who specialises in writing about health and safety and autism. He recently discovered he has autism.
It all began for me at university. Up to that date, my life had essentially been one of carefree fun, with little or no real responsibility.
After 16 years of practice, I refused to take a brief for the very first time.
"…composing documents or legal arguments well is a real art, and even to the good experienced drafter it is never easy." Lord Neuberger
Kayleigh Leonie looks at the results of the Junior Lawyers Division resilience and wellbeing survey and asks: Is your organisation doing enough to support the resilience and wellbeing of its employees?
You already have a personal brand - you just may not know it yet. It is already influencing your relationships with colleagues and contacts, affecting which clients you win and retain, whether you get that next promotion or new job. Can you afford to ignore it?
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