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Professional conduct and proportionality: a fine balance

Susan Humble considers the challenge faced by disciplinary boards in balancing the interests of a diverse public against those of the profession’s ‘rotten apples’

07 May 2021 | CILEx

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Back to the office and reality: how to support employees

The transition back into ‘normal’ working life may not be easy but there are things firms can do to help, says Elizabeth Rimmer

04 May 2021 | Licensed conveyancers

Lawyers too busy to undertake essential training

Nearly three quarters of legal professionals are too bogged down with their normal workload to complete essential training, according to a new report

28 Apr 2021 | Career development

Small claims disparity ‘can’t be justified’

PI lawyers criticises the unfairness of the small claims disparity

28 Apr 2021 | CILEx

Akhmatova: the price of non-disclosure on divorce

Billionaire husband and son who concealed wealth exposed for non-disclosures 

28 Apr 2021 | CILEx

Military ‘longstop’ is deeply flawed, says expert lawyer

A specialist military lawyer has attacked MPs’ rejection of peers’ longstop amendment to the Overseas Operations Bill

Heirs denied land worth over £1m as court rules in favour of council

The sale of a school on gifted land did not end an educational charitable trust

Law Society welcomes removal of cap on judicial sitting days

The Law Society has welcomed news that there will be no cap on judicial sitting days for 2021-2022. President I. Stephanie Boyce said the previous cap contributed to the backlog, which now stand

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