Like many solicitor advocates, Amanda Brown QC was not always aware that she could apply for Queen’s Counsel (QC) status. She offers advice on the selection process for those considering taking silk.
People should be able to make a flexible working request from the moment they are offered a job, say solicitors’ leaders.
For this year’s senior leader interview marking Disability History Month, we meet Wendy Hardaker CB.
Bethany Hall shares how the Diversity Access Scheme gave her an opportunity to pursue a legal career.
We talk to The Chancery Lane Project about what lawyers can do to address the climate crisis and how the net zero toolkit can help.
Our survey on whether to extend remote witnessing of wills has found that only a small proportion of solicitors have chosen to use it for their clients.
We've responded to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) consultation on reforms to the UK's data protection regime.
Like many solicitors, applying for Queen’s Counsel (QC) was never part of Dipen Sabharwal QC’s career plan. He recalls his own application and offers advice to fellow solicitors considering taking silk.
The Legal Services Board’s (LSB) draft policy statement on empowering consumers aims to improve consumers’ understanding and engagement with the legal services market.
Rita Gupta considers whether or not your law firm should close over the Christmas period
Improvements to rape victims’ experiences of the criminal justice system will only be achieved if sustained investment is forthcoming
We speak to Bethan Owen about Kingley Napley's involvement in the Law Society’s Diversity Access Scheme: a sponsorship in honour of their late colleague Brandusa Tataru-Marinescu.