- Thursday, 12 July 2012
Our latest news round-up reports on big turnover and profit increases at Quindell, a High Court ruling on the absolute privilege of correspondence with a regulator, new equality rules for chambers and much more.
Tags: ABS, Alternative business structures, bar standards board, equality and diversity, joint representation, Legal Services Consumer Panel, separate representation, Solicitors Regulation Authority, will-writing
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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.
Cybercrime has increased significantly in recent years, causing untold damage to businesses and essential services. Cyber-security breaches cost billions of pounds and account for half of all crime in the UK.