What induces specialist solicitors to leave large firms and set up small niche, boutique practices? Nicola Lave
Networking is no longer men-only territory as efforts have recently been made to redress the balance in favour of women, says Dana Denis-Smit
There are fewer solicitors now sitting as judges in the courts and tribunals than there were in 2015, according to the Judicial Diversity Statistic
Kedge Martin fears that lawyers in the mid-tier are becoming disaffected, suggesting that more needs to be done by firms to support professional wellbein
The Law Society has published findings from a series of men-only roundtables as part of its Women in Leadership in La
Flexible working is one way of supporting women lawyers, but this is only the starting point for a wider and effective diversity Epolicy, says Aliso
After 20 years as a partner in a large regional firm, Linda Lamb decided to set up on her own as a specialist family lawyer. She shares some of her thought
Solicitors Journal’s first CPD survey since the new regime was introduced in November 2016 reveals a profession struggling to come to grips with a far less
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