Panel firms will advise five participating regional purchasing consortia over the next three to four years
Those undertaking qualifying work experience should be paid the same as trainee solicitors, says the Law Society
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The sale of a school on gifted land did not end an educational charitable trust
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Turkey’s removal of Darwinism from the classroom raises questions closer to home, explain Helen Hall and Javier Garci
A recent Supreme Court decision clarifies the meaning of regular attendance, says To
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