The haves and the have nots
Law is a lucrative career, and it’s not just those who make it to the top that stand to earn big bucks.
In the City of London, some trainees are generously reimbursed (first years can pocket more than £40,000, second years £50,000). Yet, new research shows over a third of trainees are paid below the Law Society’s recommended minimum salary — how can this be?
Also, tune in for a quick rundown of the big legal affairs stories to look out for next week, including Lord Harley, Article 127 and the conclusion of the wheelchair vs pram saga.
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