Tips and tricks for students and trainees
Universities must not shy away from protecting free speech
Judges have been ahead of public opinion in defending rights, Fenella Morris, QC, writes
Firms open the door to fintech — and let new faces lead the way
Whether it’s introducing lawyers to coding or strengthening bonds between a university and law practice, technology is key
Will the new exam for training solicitors improve quality, value and diversity?
The changes will lead to an entirely different entry process for law students — they must make sure their views are heard
Why do you have to spend £19,000 to train to be a lawyer?
Barristers and solicitors of the future face the obstacle of rising fees on the road to qualification
KWM trainees scramble to find a new home as big names offer a lifeline
After the collapse of King & Wood Mallesons, many firms have stepped up to rescue the 50-odd trainees
Relying on the kindness of online strangers to put you through law school
Tuition fees are not cheap. A crowdfunding appeal for donations may help you to fulfil your dreams