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The only way is up

The only way is up

Some in the law are happy with the success of schemes to improve the profession’s role in social mobility. But serious problems remain, junior lawyers tell Eduardo Reyes, including the experience of ‘imposter syndrome’ after qualification. Source link

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ADR – the time has come | Feature

ADR – the time has come | Feature

ADR, which was for so long the Cinderella of civil litigation and to which so much lip service has been paid for so long, is about to be established as the central feature of all civil litigation in England and ...

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An argument for reforming the Court of Appeal | Feature

An argument for reforming the Court of Appeal | Feature

Today, it is now widely accepted that the criminal justice system in this country is, to use the words of Mark George QC, facing a ‘perfect storm’. Overzealous governments have produced legislation by the bucketload aimed exclusively at increasing the ...

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Paths of least resistance | Feature

Paths of least resistance | Feature

The challenges and opportunities presented by the new routes to qualification and their role in improving diversity and access are key issues for the Gazette’s roundtable on education and training. Central to the changes will be the new two-stage Solicitors ...

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The new oil | Feature

The new oil | Feature

The low down Show Fullscreen Ahead of its introduction, many expected the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to generate a bonanza of work for lawyers. But there was a 13-month wait for the Information Commissioner’s Office to issue its first ...

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Shifting attitudes to the duty of good faith | Feature

Shifting attitudes to the duty of good faith | Feature

Traditionally the English courts have avoided implying a duty of good faith into commercial agreements, requiring instead that parties expressly impose such a duty. However, we are now seeing a significant shift in judicial attitudes when it comes to contracts ...

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Back on the world stage | Feature

Back on the world stage | Feature

THE LOW DOWN Japan’s revival has reignited interest among international law firms in the world’s third-largest economy. Underpinning a sharp rise in cross-border deals and investments is a change in corporate culture, as family owners and founder shareholders give way ...

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