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Average pay for a UK law firm partner increases

18th June 2019

Many people believed that the effect of Brexit would decrease the salaries for people in the legal sector. However, a recent article published in The Law Society Gazette reveals quite the opposite. The average…

Best morning routine for successful people

17th June 2019

When you work in a professional sector, such as in legal jobs, it’s important to make the most of your mornings and do everything you can to encourage a productive and successful day. Your morning routine sets…

London apps you need to have on your phone

10th June 2019

Living in London can sometimes feel overwhelming, but there are plenty of apps that make the hustle and bustle of the city more manageable. From apps that help you find your way on public transport, to ones that tell…

New UK law to protect tenants from unfair letting fees

6th June 2019

The government aim to make the housing market fairer for everyone with a new UK law preventing landlords and agents from continuing to charge tenants unnecessary fees. The Tenant Fees Act was passed in February this…

The best places to work from in London

28th May 2019

Whether you’ve got some extra work to catch up on in your free time or you need to go on an online hunt for a legal job, you are likely to find yourself more productive when you work outside of your home. Read…

Does facial recognition technology violate human rights?

22nd May 2019

The police are increasingly using technology across the globe. Tech has helped locate missing children as well as playing a huge role in investigating serious crimes. However, facial recognition technology can be…

Alternative ways to network

13th May 2019

Networking is a crucial part of success for many careers, especially in the legal sector. Whether you’re looking to land your Newly Qualified in-house legal job, or you’re already an industry…

New divorce law to stop the blame game

7th May 2019

Divorcing may become a lot easier as the government has recently announced new legislation to end the divorce ‘blame game’. The old law states, one person must allege adultery or unreasonable behaviour…