Apprenticeships allow people to study for a work-based qualification that can drastically improve their future earning power and career fulfillment. We have proved that they also bring considerable benefits to law firms.
Around one in every four people in the UK experiences some type of mental health problem each year. Lawyers, it seems, especially junior lawyers, are particularly affected by stress and mental ill health.
I have written before about the Law Society. One of the impacts of its poor governance is that the Law Society finds it much easier to be against things than it ever is for them.
Nearly half (48%) of the top 150 law firms have reported data breaches since the GDPR came into force in May 2018. And, of those breaches, 41% were a result of emailing the wrong person.
As a single parent, I am keenly aware of the constant challenge balancing work and family life, something which can at times feel difficult to navigate in the legal profession.