Managing yourself and your own work

Law leaders caught up in ‘perfect storm’ of issues

Remote working has proved successful but small firm leaders have been hardest hit by the issues they have faced during covid-19, a report found

31 Jul 2020

Building bridges

Dr Kryss Macleod says mentoring schemes, bridging legal education and employment, can increase mobility and diversity within the profession 

28 Jul 2020

Survey hints at post-pandemic homeworking culture

More than three in five (62%) employees would be happy to remain working from home after the pandemic, according to new research 

07 Jul 2020

Death of the commute

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

01 Jul 2020

Lockdown devastates conveyancing, criminal and immigration practices

High street lawyers are hit “hard and fast” by covid-19 with residential conveyancing suffering disproportionately, a significant report has found

18 Jun 2020

Family court ‘takes stock’ of long road ahead

The full family court estate should be open for public use by early July, according to a report published today 

09 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

Lines of communication

Irwin Mitchell’s London managing partner Alison Eddy explains why being an honest role model is integral to her leadership strategy

04 Jun 2020

Wellbeing in dystopia

Firms that care for the mental and emotional health of staff now will reap the rewards in future. Catherine Baksi reports

03 Jun 2020