Solicitor super-exam takes centre stage as legal education and training thought leaders debate future of profession
Technology, innovation, barrister training and apprenticeships thrust into spotlight
Bar suspends legal aid protest escalation following £15 million government offer
Barristers will continue to refuse new publicly-funded cases
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Global outfit’s current bunch share highlights, as applications open for 12 new ambassadors
Average trainee solicitor pay down £560 since regulator scrapped minimum salary requirement
Nearly half of rookies think they’re paid too little
Data protection law has changed thanks to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), applicable from 25 May 2018
They say that data is the new oil — but who exactly owns it?
As part of Legal Cheek’s occasional series exploring buzzing legal research across the UK and internationally, today, on the day that new data protection rules come into force, we delve into the unchartered territory of the law on data ownership
Just 11 black law students admitted to Oxford University in three years
Six percent of black students that applied accepted offers — the same is true of 20% of white applicants