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Revised plans for new surveillance law to be announced

2nd March 2016

The revised plans for the new surveillance law are to be set out in Parliament this week, meaning the British police and security agencies will have new powers to monitor people’s internet usage and…

Compare the London law firm

22nd February 2016

Whilst legal recruitment agencies and firms can help you get the best positions in the market, it is still worth putting in some groundwork to identify which law firms are the best in their sector as this can help…

How to celebrate a new job

15th February 2016

A new job is certainly cause for celebration, especially if it is starting out in the legal profession or getting a new job at your dream law firm as all those years of training have come to fruition. It’s a…

Law firms in England and Wales enjoy rise in profits

9th February 2016

This year’s Law Society Law Management Section (LMS) Financial Benchmarking Survey has discovered that English and Welsh law firms have seen profits rise over the past year. The survey, which checks the…

Solicitors toast Gove’s U-turn on legal aid

2nd February 2016

Last week Michael Gove, the Secretary of State for Justice, revealed that he had pulled the plug on the proposed dual contracting system. The new criminal legal aid and contracting regime that had originally been…

New Year laws to be aware of

26th January 2016

This year will see a number of new laws being put into force and whilst some made the national news there are others that were not as widely reported. Those working in lawyer jobs and positions will need to be…

Landmark ruling could see tax cheat lose Tenerife home

18th January 2016

A tax cheat who has refused to pay back any of the thousands of pounds he illegally got through benefits from the UK could lose his luxury home in Tenerife following a landmark ruling. In a move that could affect…

New law for domestic abuse put in place

5th January 2016

A new law has come into force in the UK that would see domestic abusers who control victims on social media or online face a prison sentence of up to five years. The law was brought in at the very end of 2015. …