Suddenly, every solicitor has to be an agile worker. What has it meant for teamwork, client work, and, crucially, individuals’ wellbeing? The Journal has been collecting experiences, and advice
COVID-19 has set the severest challenges for employers, producing an unprecedented response from Government. Laura Morrison surveys the issues that have arisen, and the help now on offer
Scotland’s law on provision for cohabitants is in need of reform. So states the Scottish Law Commission in a new discussion paper, but what shape should reform take?
There are basically three types of work in keeping a legal practice going, but who is best qualified for each, and can people move between them? The author believes many firms should take a fresh look
The authors, who try to offer fixed fees to clients, believe the Society’s Price Transparency Guidance will increase consumer trust and confidence and make conversations about fees less difficult