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2019 legal and networking events in London

28th December 2018

When it comes to entering the law or business sector, networking is a foundation for growth. Speaking to like-minded professionals, gaining information and vital contacts are all part of the job and one of the ways…

Landmark law improves standards in rented homes

28th December 2018

The Government has recently welcomed the introduction of a landmark law which has the intended purpose of boosting safety standards in rented homes following the Grenfell Tower tragedy. When choosing a home,…

Government pledges to modernise Mental Health Act

19th December 2018

With the lack of mental health support becoming a growing concern amongst the public and businesses, the government has announced it will be reforming mental healthcare in the UK and introducing a new Mental Health…

Tips for landing your dream lawyer job in 2019

18th December 2018

Whether you’re graduating from university, looking to change career paths or are interested in the law sector, applying for a new job can always be a daunting task, especially in a field that is notoriously…

Some of the UK’s biggest employers look for mental health law reform

26th November 2018

Some of the UK’s biggest employers and executives including Lord Sugar and bosses from Royal Mail, WH Smith, Thames Water and more have written an open letter to Prime Minister Theresa May to urge a change in…

Festive events in London to visit with colleagues this Christmas

22nd November 2018

When you work in an in house legal job in London, it’s essential to let your hair down with colleagues every once in a while, especially with all the Christmas festivities on offer. From getting togged up…

7 unique client Christmas gift ideas

14th November 2018

Christmas is just around the corner, and what better time to show your appreciation to your clients by giving them a little something to say thank you? But when you’re working in a busy lawyer job in London,…

New laws could be drawn up to protect victims of cyberbullying

6th November 2018

A recent report has found that victims of online bullying are being failed by current laws, according to the Independent. The Law Commission has called on the government to address the outdated list of offences and…