Terminating training contracts: myth v reality

Matt Andrews, a trainee solicitor at Brodies LLP, shares his experience of mental health and encourages us to end the stigma around men's mental health and start talking.

Terminating training contracts: myth v reality

Thoughts on where we are with COVID, and other matters likely to occupy the profession in 2022

Terminating training contracts: myth v reality

Gillian Mawdsley, solicitor and former Policy Executive and co-secretary of the Society's COP26 and Climate Change Working Group, writes about her experience of attending COP26 in Glasgow.

Terminating training contracts: myth v reality

Abbe Brown, Professor in Intellectual Property Law at the University of Aberdeen, is a member of our COP26 and Climate Change Working Group and Technology Committee. In her blog, Abbe writes about her experience as a delegate at COP26 in Glasgow.

Terminating training contracts: myth v reality

Fiona Killen, solicitor, member of the Law Society of Scotland’s Constitutional Law Sub-Committee and formerly the Law Society’s representative on the Scottish Government’s Human Rights Leadership Taskforce, shares her thoughts to mark International Human Rights Day 2021

Terminating training contracts: myth v reality

With business levels strong, and the job market tightening, employers will have to show they care for their staff if they want to keep them

Terminating training contracts: myth v reality

Recently, I put out a call asking for men to get involved with our International Men’s Day campaign. Sticking with the narrative that men don’t like discussing their mental health, I was disappointed only two guys came forward.

Terminating training contracts: myth v reality

On International Day of Disabled Persons, we are delighted to share a blog by Laura McClinton a solicitor with Burness Paull. This blog was first published by Burness Paull to mark World Arthritis day on 12 October and is reproduced with kind permission.

Terminating training contracts: myth v reality

Following up her session at our Law & Tech Conference in October, Lauren Watson Director of Legal Partnerships at Legl discusses how tech can help firms become more client centric.

Terminating training contracts: myth v reality

For International Men's Day 2021, a director in a large law firm in Scotland shares his experience with his own mental heath struggles and how he manages it.

Terminating training contracts: myth v reality

Declan Cleary, a paraplanner at Anderson Strathern Asset Management, shares his experience of anxiety and reminds us that we are not alone.

Terminating training contracts: myth v reality

Our International Policy Executive Adam Marks provides the low down on the recent Agreement in Principle, highlighting the key points and what they mean for the legal profession.