Education & Training

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

Non-Welsh SQE will compound access to justice problem

The issue of access to justice in Wales will be compounded if the Solicitors Qualifying Exam (SQE) is not offered in Welsh, the Junior Lawyers Division (JLD) said.

Not just a confidence vote

Women are held to unrealistic and unobtainable goals in the workplace, hindering their career progression, says Dana Denis-Smith

Trailblazing for the future

The advantages of recruiting solicitor apprentices may be far greater than you think. Nicola Laver reports

The right kind of lawyer

Nicola Laver asks, is there a right or wrong kind of person to be a solicitor?

CBI calls for urgent reform to apprenticeship levy

The government must take urgent steps to reform the apprenticeship levy in England, according to a Confederation of British Industry (CBI) report.