Education & Training

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 Kati

08 Jun 2020 | Career development

Concerns remain over BAME attainment gap in SQE

The final SQE design is unveiled today following a marathon consultation process, but there are continued concerns at the BAME attainment gap 

08 Jun 2020 | Education & Training

Flexibility by default

We should make agile working the new norm for junior lawyers, argues Leah Caprani

Changing the rules

The SRA’s continuing competence regime marked a big change from the CPD rules. Rachel Rothwell examines what this meant for solicitors and whether fu

Hiding in plain sight

Neurodivergent lawyers face unique challenges but are a gift to the profession – if only they were more visible. Nicola Laver reports

Stronger together

Professor Andrew Francis looks to a future where law schools work closely with firms in developing the next generation of lawyers

15 May 2020 | Education & Training

Learning with compassion

By understanding the ‘idiot brain’ you can build a successful business, says Hélène Russell

13 May 2020 | Career development

Kennedys launch new route to qualification

Kennedys is set to launch an alternative route to qualifying as a solicitor that will enable graduates to begin earning immediately

04 May 2020 | Career development

JLD launches ‘community platform’

The Junior Lawyers Division (JLD) of the Law Society have this week launched a pilot online community for members, in partnership with platform provider Ug

14 Apr 2020 | Covid-19

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