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Forging a diverse career path: foundation tips

Eight top tips to build the foundations for a diverse career, as well as practice management more generally. By Charlotte Pope-Williams 

10 July 2024 / Charlotte Pope-Williams

Forging a diverse career path: BIOT Court of Appeal

Breadth of roles makes us better lawyers, says Edward Bennett, who acts as Registrar of the BIOT Court of Appeal alongside his busy family practice 

10 July 2024 / Edward Bennett

Menopause – practice tips

Brie Stevens-Hoare KC and Lyndsey de Mestre KC take a look at the difficulties women encounter during the menopause, and offer some practical tips for individuals and chambers to make things easier 


Advice for those seeking probationary tenancy

See probationary tenancy as a fresh opportunity to impress a new group of decision-makers, advises Abiodun Olatokun 

10 July 2024 / Abiodun Olatokun FRSA

Can’t believe your eyes?

How to navigate open source evidence in an era of deepfakes. By Professor Yvonne McDermott Rees and Professor Alexa Koenig 


No QLR? A case for improvement

Yaa Dankwa Ampadu-Sackey shares some observations from a practitioner’s perspective on the shortage of Qualified Legal Representatives 

10 July 2024 / Yaa Dankwa Ampadu-Sackey

Sikhs in Law

Baldip Singh, founder of Sikhs in Law, explains how the association is nurturing legal minds and seeing an outstanding level of interest in its forward-thinking events 

10 June 2024 / Baldip Singh

Strategies for seminar success

Marketing initiatives such as seminars remain popular among barristers and chambers but is the investment truly worthwhile? Heidi Smith explores how to maximise ROI 

10 June 2024 / Heidi Smith

Reviews, inquiries and reviewing inquiries

With terminology often used loosely in this arena, Kate Brunner KC and Lana Murphy – fresh from their experience in the Isle of Man COVID Review – examine the principal differences as well as ongoing criticism of the existing inquiries regime 

10 June 2024 / Kate Brunner KC / Lana Murphy

Litigation in a foreign language

How best to prepare for your foreign language clients to ensure fairness and avoid strike out? The onus is on counsel to be alive to language issues, says Oliver Foy, who offers a cautionary case and practical tips 

10 June 2024 / Oliver Foy
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