Love Islanders as the people you meet on a vac scheme
Similar personality traits abound
Listed law firms record 26% share value rise in one year
Almost double the increase in value of the FTSE 100
Legal Cheek listed law firm fund chalks up 38% increase in just six months
Puts the FTSE 100 and S&P 500 in the shade
Listed law firms prove resilient to market turbulence
Is the legal profession the new gold?
Pressure to generate returns forces listed law firms to think outside the box
Investors aren’t interested in how many offices firms have got or other traditional prestige metrics
Law firms’ soaring share prices yield Bitcoin-esque rewards 🚀
Some investors who took the plunge last year sitting on huge profits
Could the Gamestop craze reach law firm stocks?
As the Legal Cheek fund surges by 15%, our listed law firm columnist wonders if a Reddit-driven windfall could be around the corner
Is it worth investing in listed law firms?
Legal profession’s stock market performance was poor last year but 2021 could bring a recovery
RPC latest firm to hand junior lawyers pay rises
More evidence of corporate legal sector’s resilience to the pandemic
Reed Smith puts NQ salary back up to £90k
Firm raised pay in January, then cut it to £79,500 in June amid Covid economy fears, before moving it back up again to round out rollercoaster remuneration year
‘The SQE Sessions’ launches as super-exam countdown begins
Half-day virtual event will answer questions on firms’ lips
Beware the legal outsourcing second wave, junior City lawyers
What comes after the pandemic may not be good for MoneyLaw salaries
Writer wonders if he should have become a corporate lawyer
Sunday Times’ Josh Glancy unsettled by wealth divide opening up between him and pals from Oxford who went into law
Barristers risk trashing profession’s reputation by being ‘clever dicks’ on social media, warns top blogger
Does the bar have a PR problem?
What Boris Johnson’s big majority means for the legal profession and those seeking to enter it
Focus on innovation, the North and alternatives to higher education could impact lawyers
Former Hill Dickinson solicitor leading race to replace Jeremy Corbyn as Labour Leader
Rebecca Long-Bailey also worked for Pinsent Masons and the now defunct Halliwells
It’s official: cryptocurrency is property and smart contracts are binding
Legal statement aims to position UK as fintech and lawtech leader
Manchester Law Society named as official partner of LegalEdCon North
CEO Fran Eccles-Bech highlights opportunity to boost innovation and widen access in legal education ahead of 30 January event
Tickets go on sale for The Future of Legal Education and Training Conference London 2020
At Kings Place, Kings Cross, London, on Thursday 14 May 2020
Magic circle and US law firms ‘must change the way they work’ or face ‘doom’, warns the FT
Will £100k+ for newly qualified solicitors prove a high water mark?