What does ESG mean for disputes lawyers?
Carla Lewis, senior associate in arbitration, economic sanctions and public international law at Clifford Chance, reveals how the growing awareness of environment, social and governance principles (ESG) is changing her work as a disputes lawyer
Why you should do your training contract in the North West
Carol Draycott, dean of ULaw’s Liverpool and Chester campuses, discusses the thriving North West legal scene and the opportunities for aspiring lawyers, ahead of tomorrow's virtual event
City lawyers share careers and commercial awareness advice
Lawyers from the London offices of Baker McKenzie, BCLP and Norton Rose Fulbright join a magic circle lawyer turned legal education specialist to discuss the key themes so far this year
What to consider when pursuing a legal career in the North
Lawyers based in Manchester and Newcastle joined an expert in legal education from Leeds for an evening of careers advice
My unconventional journey into law
A former chef, retail assistant and army officer explain how they made their way to Addleshaw Goddard
Revealed: The non-law careers law students are considering
Legal Cheek exclusive research shows most want to work in business, consulting and management or the public sector upon graduating
The Legal Cheek Podcast: Why failure is just a form of feedback
We sit down with private equity partner Richard Youle ?
Dublin’s future as a global legal hub
BARBRI’s Chris Jorgenson sets out his vision for Ireland’s rapidly expanding legal market
Event: What the Northern Powerhouse means for the next generation of lawyers
Commercial Awareness Question Time comes to Newcastle
Life at the law centre — A trainee’s perspective
A Q&A with Laura Williams, trainee at South West London Law Centres
The Definitive Way To Decide Whether You Should Become A Barrister Or A Solicitor
Last week Eddie Stobart Lorries’ newly-formed legal arm caused controversy by claiming that solicitors are...
Lord McAlpine’s Solicitor Warns Wannabes Off Career In Law
We picked up today’s The Times interview (£) with Lord McAlpine’s solicitor, Andrew Reid, in...
‘So Why Be A Lawyer? There Are Many Bad Reasons…’
Ed note: This is the sixth in a series of posts where leading members of...
Leap To The Other Side: Camden New Journal Music Editor On How She’s Juggling Journalism And Law
For the past two years I have been leading a double life – part music...