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Robo-Lawyers: AI could be changing the way Law Firms work forever

AI in Law

New developments in artificial intelligence may radically alter the landscape of the law profession.  It is already having an effect in America – could it also be coming to the UK?   New Programmes Not content with their current applications, artificial intelligences are beginning to encroach on […]

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Are more young women being inspired to study law by Meghan Markle’s appearance in the TV drama Suits?

Meghan Markle is Rachel Zane in Suits

Whilst almost impossible for most of us to emulate Meghan Markle in real life by dating and soon marrying a Prince, it appears that many of us have been inspired by and are choosing to follow in the footsteps of her senior paralegal character Rachel Zane in […]

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Junior lawyers regularly feeling unable to cope because of stress, survey finds

A recent survey by the Law Society Junior Lawyers Division (JLD) detailed that over 82% of them feel either regularly or occasionally stressed, with 26% of them being severely or extremely stressed.  Stress was defined by the survey as ‘being under too much emotional or mental pressure’. […]

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Key reasons that older lawyers struggle to gain employment within law firms

jobs for Older lawyers

There is a perception that within legal firms, it is difficult for older lawyers to gain employment. This has led to many remaining at the same firm for the latter part of their careers due to the fact that finding employment elsewhere simply proves to be too […]

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Things to think about when choosing a legal mentor

If you are hoping to be in line for a promotion at work, or if you just want to develop your legal career, there are things that you can do to increase this chance. One such thing is being assigned to a mentor, as this gives you […]

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What GDPR could mean for law firms

On May 25th, the General Data Protection Regulation will come into effect across the whole of the EU. This regulation will be in replacement of the data protection act of 1998, and includes lots of amendments to make it more suitable for the age of digital technology […]

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Gender equality in the legal profession: A Law Society survey

As a mark of this year’s International Women’s Day, findings have been released by the Law Society regarding the number of women in that profession, and the extent to which gender equality is being realised. The survey was taken by almost 8,000 people. When it comes to […]

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Time for protection? How online reviews can be dealt with

Online law reviews

The final couple of months of 2017 saw a lot of attention in the legal press regarding the need for law firms to improve their transparency regarding how much services are going to cost for their clients. This included things such as will writing and family law. […]

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Leaving the rat race: an increase in legal job opportunities outside of London

Leaving the rat race

Many companies, including legal firms, have chosen to relocate at least part of their business out of London. They are choosing to move to places such as Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire, and with larger law firms taking the decision to relocate, it may make other smaller […]

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Clichés or killer interview questions

interview questions

Clichés or killer interview questions Certain questions seem to rear their heads every time you attend an interview. So much so, you might be forgiven for thinking they’re just padding interviewers use when they’ve nothing better to ask. So are they simply clichés, or do you dismiss […]

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