The Law Society has issued 'good practice guidance' on the supervision of junior staff and trainees, as restrictions relax and many firms are returning to the office with hybrid and flexible working models in place. 

Law Society president I. Stephanie Boyce said: It’s clear the pandemic has changed the way we view work. We want to guide our members on how to ensure their junior staff are being supported in the best possible way.” 

Boyce commented: “There are some areas of good practice that should be taken into account when deciding working arrangements to ensure junior staff, and trainees in particular, are appropriately supervised and supported as the profession plans its return...

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