Career development

Justice First Fellows qualify as solicitors

Scheme a ‘ray of light’ following legal aid cuts

Brexit: Negotiating another partnership dispute

Andrew Cromby considers the parallels between the UK’s departure from the EU and bitter partnership exits faced by law firms

New boss, same vision

Founded to fight injustice, Hodge Jones & Allen has new leadership, but the firm’s values remain the same

Silk road or dead end?

Solicitor applications for QC must increase, for the good of the profession and competition, writes John van der Luit-Drummond

Ongoing concerns over low number of solicitors applying for silk

Solicitors outside lucrative commercial practice areas still at a disadvantage

Solicitor QCs: Silk goes to big-ticket commercial litigators

More solicitors and a more diverse picture in latest QC appointments

Solicitors Journal Awards 2017 open for entries

Seven new categories, including Chambers of the Year and Diversity Scheme of the Year, set to make 2017’s awards even bigger and more glamorous than before