With the busyness and demands of modern life, we sometimes forget about the routine maintenance required to keep us running efficiently. Jim Ferran, a specialist in vulnerability training, explains that it's OK not to be OK.
While the methods of cyber attacks are many and ever increasing, they all boil down to only one or a combination of the two: taking advantage of a technological weakness or exploiting human error. Although we lack experts to protect our technology and the awareness (or interest) to minimise human error, it’s worth looking at our predicament through a different lens and find the silver lining to what some call an existential threat.
Understanding what drives consumers’ decision-making when choosing a firm is important; as is being aware of consumers’ experiences while using legal services. The Legal Services Consumer Panel take an annual look at this information through their Tracker Surveys. Findings from these surveys were published this month.
In the last of a four-part series focusing on disability and legal services, Jane Hatton from Evenbreak explains why "reasons" given for not employing disabled people are not really reasons at all!
In this article, Vicky Purtill, Director of Authorisation and Supervision at CILEx Regulation, talks about the new digital logo provided to law firms regulated by CILEx Regulation, which will give consumers additional reassurance that their chosen firm is regulated.
Why are disabled people seemingly unexpected in the legal profession and what can we do to create a culture of inclusion and access? These are the questions that the Cardiff University based “Legally Disabled?” research team are setting out to answer.