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A YEAR OF WORK DURING YOUR LAW DEGREE: THE BENEFITS

No comments, posted on June 30, 2015

Eugene Marlin, Thomson Reuters Legal Scholarship recipient, speaks about his 40-week work placement as part of his Law (LLB) degree. A placement makes you stand out from other applicants in competition for a role because it provides a wealth of […]

Legal Market Round-up: October 2012

No comments, posted on October 30, 2012

Defamation cases down due to Leveson and privacy laws.¬†Defamation cases fell by 15 per cent in the past year due to the scrutiny of the media and an increasing use of privacy law, research suggests. There were 71 defamation court […]

Legal Market Round-up: September 2012

No comments, posted on September 4, 2012

Here come the Americans as Rocket Lawyer starts recruiting law firms. Rocket Lawyer, the Google-Ventures backed online legal document service, has launched its On Call programme into the UK, the first step towards the much-anticipated website going live to the […]

Legal Market Round-up: August 2012

No comments, posted on August 8, 2012

The UK government has announced it will be pouring ¬£1m into a new apprenticeship programme which will allow wannabe lawyers to train as paralegals without the need for a degree. The paralegal programme, to be provided by Pearson, will be […]

Legal Market Round-up: July 2012

1 comment, posted on July 13, 2012

  The Law Society has welcomed independent survey findings from the Legal Service Consumer Panel (LSCP) which show that consumers are increasingly satisfied with the value for money they receive from solicitors. The survey, undertaken for the LSCP by YouGov […]

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