The coronavirus situation is fast-moving and law firms have begun to respond with drastic measures to continue effectively servicing their clients.
The number of solicitors under-reporting disabilities to employers has not changed in 10 years and this is detrimental to clients and the profession,
Blatch and Barlow Robbins have today (5 March) announced they will merge to form Moore Barlow as of 1 May.
Elitism is being allowed to thrive as trainees are still denied a mandatory minimum salary, say Amy Clowrey and Hannah Bignell
The Law Society of England and Wales has increased the recommended minimum salary for trainees by 1.9 per cent to £19,992 outside London and &po
Sue Bramall asks firms to consider how easy it is for disabled clients to access their services
Firms must take steps to make sure they don’t make the headlines for all the wrong reasons in 2020, says Helen Simm
Equity partners may be seeing big rewards while earning for the firm, but what about on retirement? Kevin Wood explains what equity partners should co
An innovation board can be an asset to firms seeking to innovate, but first they need to appreciate what innovation really is, says Hélè