- Tuesday, 24 November 2015
The Royal College of Nursing is planning to follow the British Medical Association in setting up a law firm, it has emerged. Like the BMA, the RCN – which represents over 400,000 nurses – has chosen Cardiff-based NewLaw as its partner.
Tags: Alternative business structures, British Medical Association, NewLaw
Posted in Alternative business structures, Latest news, Legal Services Act
- Wednesday, 6 May 2015
The British Medical Association (BMA) has launched a ground-breaking alternative business structure to service the legal needs of its 154,000 members, Legal Futures can reveal.
Tags: British Medical Association, NewLaw, Solicitors Regulation Authority
Posted in Alternative business structures, Latest news
Apprenticeships offer a different route into the profession which is focused on work-based learning from experienced practitioners. There are already more than 700 solicitor apprentices.
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