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Civil discontent

The criminal and family courts have made strides in support for vulnerable parties – are the civil courts finally about to catch up? Rachel Rothwell reports

Christmas centenary for woman lawyers

A century has now passed since women were permitted to qualify as lawyers, but despite “great progress” there is still a long way to go to achieve full gender equality in the law, according to the Law Society.

King’s College students launch free law clinic

Third year law students at King’s College London are teaming up with lawyers from Stowe Family Law to offer free legal advice at the King’s Lega

Trailblazing for the future

The advantages of recruiting solicitor apprentices may be far greater than you think. Nicola Lave

Collaborating for success

How can law firms learn lessons on collaboration from the construction industry? Sally Calverley and Martin Griffiths explore the benefits of collaborative relationships and how firms can approac

A third of legal workers don’t feel valued by employers

One in three employees in the legal industry do not feel valued by their employer, new researc

Female legal dynasties: creating female role models

Dana Denis-Smith gives an insight into how women have followed their mothers into the law over the last 10