Brenda Hale will be sworn in as the first female president of the UK Supreme Court on 2 October. Jill Black will become the second female Justice of the Supreme Court on the same date. These appointments represent significant steps forward for diversity within the legal sector. But there’s still some way to go...
Helen Whiting, CILEx Regulation’s Practitioner Authorisation and Supervision Manager, highlights the reasons why competencies evidenced through Work-Based Learning portfolios are so important for lawyers - and for consumers of legal services.
Sarah Bailey discusses how pro bono can benefit not only members of the public, but law students and qualified lawyers too.
Getting the right help with a legal need can make a huge difference for people with mental health problems or dementia.
With the Twitter hashtag in its tenth year and social media a part of our everyday furniture, should you give a SnapChat about what you say in your private life?