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Recap: The Legal Needs Survey

The Legal Needs survey conducted by The Law Society has demonstrated that there is overwhelming public support for legal aid, yet legal aid provision in many areas is disappearing in large parts of England and Wales, creating legal aid deserts. Help for people that the government agrees should be available is simply not there. Current…

Legists Under Lockdown: Meet Nabila Mallick, Barrister

In part 2 of our Legists Under Lockdown series, Barrister of Employment and Public Law Nabila Mallick gives us an insight of how she has adapted and navigated under lockdown, including her predictions of how the legal sector will be impacted by COVID-19. Tell us about yourself. I was born in Twickenham, schooled in a…

Legists under lockdown: Meet Leanne Chan, Conveyancing Paralegal

From remote working to remote hearings, it is no secret that the current lockdown has caused a great deal of disruption in the legal sector. But how are legists navigating during these times? We gained insight from Leanne Chan, a Conveyancing Paralegal who shares her experience and provides advice for those who require legal services….

Lockdown 2.0 and public access to legal advice

By Claudia Coote On Saturday evening, the Prime Minister announced that the UK would enter a four-week lockdown which has resulted in further frustration and speculation as to whether this will be a repeat of March, with extended restrictions. But what does this mean for public access to legal advice? Solicitors’ leaders have warned that…

Delivering excellence: a constant.

By Qasim Zahid Recently, I was scrolling through some of the work me and my colleagues have done over the past year. LinkedIn, the website, every platform we have our brand on, etc. And then I came across something very special. A review from earlier this year. A review which really crystallised why we do…

Surviving in the corporate world!

By Aruba Abid Getting a job is difficult enough in itself, but to survive and thrive in a corporate environment can be even more challenging. When I received an interview letter from the first company I subsequently worked for, no one could have been happier – it was a sense of achievement even to get…

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