UK legal services market ‘second only’ to the US

The UK’s legal services sector is strong and continues to grow in spite of Brexit, according to a detailed report from industry-led body 

One day, a whisper

A diminishing number of clinical negligence lawyers can mount an effective claim today compared to 30 years ago, as Richard Barr illustrates

Listen up!

Alicia Fortinberry explains how to train yourself in the art of listening

An education in professional resilience

Dr Kryss Macleod examines how legal educators and the profession are responding to the greater visibility of mental health in young lawyers and how building resilience is vital

Tackling tech when law firms merge

An acquisition and integration strategy is vital for law firms going down the M&A route, as Stephen Brown explains

Digital badge: SRA and thousands of firms 'in breach' of law

A formal complaint about the solicitors’ regulator has been sent to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) following its demand that all firms display the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) digital badge on their websites.

‘Insensitive’ decision to rule out double jeopardy law change

The decision by government not to support calls for changes to the double jeopardy rule to safeguard children has been condemned by the law firm campaigning for the law to be changed.