Career development

Death of the commute

Richard Beresford and Warren Wooldridge uncover the new normal of agile working

01 Jul 2020

First woman solicitor honoured by Law Society

The Law Society’s Old Bookshop at Chancery Lane is to be renamed in honour of the first woman ever to be admitted to the roll of solicitors

29 Jun 2020

Homefront

Dr Bob Murray provides some coping strategies for those leading their firm from home

08 Jun 2020

Old dogs, new tricks

Simulated practice and client settings in the form of objective structured professional assessment could be used to assess professional ethics, argues Katie Jukes

08 Jun 2020

Lemon juice and denial

The profession would do better on diversity issues if it wasn’t in denial, as Robert Hunter explains

26 May 2020

Woman in a man’s world

Back in the day when legal aid paid quickly, a female estate agent helped Marilyn Stowe get her firm off the ground

18 May 2020

Changing the rules

The SRA’s continuing competence regime marked a big change from the CPD rules. Rachel Rothwell examines what this meant for solicitors and whether further change is afoot

18 May 2020

Crisis exaggerating gender inequalities, survey suggests

The mental health of two thirds of women in law have suffered as a result of the coronavirus crisis, a survey has revealed

15 May 2020

Learning with compassion

By understanding the ‘idiot brain’ you can build a successful business, says Hélène Russell

13 May 2020