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The suit to match the lawyer

24th July 2015

Congratulations, you have been offered an interview for that dream law job that you have wanted for ages! But now you need to make an impression and stand out from the crowd of candidates. Making an impression…

Lack of diversity in law recruitment questioned

21st July 2015

A founding partner of a City law firm has questioned the diversity in law recruitment as he believes the legal profession remains a stronghold for white, middle-class and privately educated males. Dele Ogun, a…

The world’s most infamous court cases

16th July 2015

This week a German court convicted Oskar Groening of being an accessory to the murder of over 300,000 people and jailed for four years. He is a 94-year-old former guard at the Nazi death camp of Auschwitz and was…

David Cameron says firms should not fear new women’s pay law

15th July 2015

The news that Prime Minister David Cameron has forwarded rules to make firms with over 250 employees release details about whether they pay men more than women has caused a stir among businesses. This could mean…

Law firms protest against government cuts by refusing legal aid work

7th July 2015

A large number of criminal law firms are snubbing work that is funded by legal aid in protest against solicitor fees being reduced by 8. 75 per cent in England and Wales. Those working in solicitor roles and jobs saw…

Dutch government loses landmark ruling

24th June 2015

A landmark ruling in the Hague has found the Dutch government guilty of creating an illegal climate policy. The news comes after the first climate change liability suit was brought against the government under human…

Business cards that mean business

16th June 2015

In this modern age you may think that the humble business card has had its day. In the world of LinkedIn and social media it almost seems archaic that people should need to pass on their details on a piece of card…

Teens reject part-time work

16th June 2015

The number of young people in part-time work has dropped significantly according to a recent report. The study from the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) found that the number of 16- and 17-year-olds in…