Andrew Francis explains how legal education is responding to inter-disciplinary professional work
Matthew Kay looks at ways to keep junior lawyers engaged while working from home, and why it matters
Tracey Calvert explains why training remains key to mitigating regulatory failings
Nicola Laver asks how firms are approaching their supervisory obligations during the pandemic
Paul Bennett argues that Mayson failed to address whether the LSB remains tenable
Paul Kerrigan and Heather Roberts explain why students are increasingly learning about proprietary estoppel claims
Dr Kryss Macleod says mentoring schemes, bridging legal education and employment, can increase mobility and diversity within the profession
Coalition of firms commissions series of digital workshops for socio-economically disadvantaged students
Training your people for partnership is investment not expenditure, says Chris Marston
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