The digitisation of the workplace has brought a whole host of new ways for employers to monitor their employees.
Laura Uberoi speaks with Laura Willoughby MBE and Kieran Pender about alcohol and the legal profession.
Kayleigh Leonie speaks to Hilda-Georgina Kwafo-Akoto about what makes firms attractive to junior lawyers.
In part one of our series on the Junior Lawyers’ Handbook, Christa Biervliet, commissioning editor at the Law Society, interviews Eloise Skinner.
We have launched a new public legal education initiative to help the public understand their rights when faced with non-disclosure agreements.
A report into the use of non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) by a key Commons committee was today welcomed by the Law Society of England and Wales.
Non-disclosure agreements must strike a balance between the rights of the client and the wider public interest.
Peter Wright and Kayleigh Leonie discuss best practice on social media and explain the importance of data and connection security.
Our expert panel explores the legal, regulatory and ethical challenges when drafting NDAs for the end of a working relationship.
Dame Janet Gaymer examines the future of working in law, and how firms will need to adapt in order to retain talent.
The Lawyer Portal has partnered with Rare Recruitment to launch a tool that matches talented candidates with law firms using contextual recruitment.
The Law Society has said that employment law is getting a much-needed overhaul to protect the rights of people working in the gig economy.