It's in the small things like the way we treat clients as real people and not file numbers that really matter, says Richar
Flexible working is one way of supporting women lawyers, but this is only the starting point for a wider and effective diversity Epolicy, says Aliso
Lawyers’ wellbeing statistics are not a good read and scientists are still piecing together the reasons why this should be so, explains Dr Bob Murra
Matthew Kay rejects the 'generation snowflake' stereotype in favour of supporting young lawyers' menta
Four years after the introduction of a flexible-holiday policy in his firm, Ashtons Legal managing partner Edward O’Rourke reflects on how it has benefited
Making sure mental health is systematically included in the agenda at management meetings helps start the conversation that will allow you to pick up the i
Can you afford to ignore online dispute resolution? Tim Wallis is not s
We all make choices that discriminate against one group in favour of another. But we can reduce the negative effects to create working environments where s
To improve service delivery, you need to track the complete journey your clients make, explains Hele
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