This guidance represents the Law Society's view of good practice for employers who provide work experience to those seeking experience of a legal career.
In this toolkit 'fair recruitment' of trainee solicitors refers to eliminating the barriers people face in employment due to their social background.
The Law Society is recommending that, as a matter of good practice, providers of training contracts should pay their trainees a minimum salary of £21,561 in London and £19,122 outside of London.
The voluntary code of recruitment of trainee solicitors is a recommended standard of good practice for employers, students and higher education careers advisers and faculty staff.
Certain employees with caring responsibilities have the statutory right to request a flexible working pattern.
A summary of the law on positive action, what the new provisions mean for practitioners and examples of how and when the provisions could be used.
Advice on how to ensure that you can be both a good solicitor and a good supervisor, and how to ensure you receive effective supervision.
The Law Management Section is dedicated to providing our members with the best available advice, information and support.
Law Society Consulting offers expert and confidential support to help you and your firm to plan the next steps to achieve your goals, to develop the right leadership skills and qualities, and maximise your opportunities to gain and retain the right clients.