Paige Jones evaluates the emerging role of legal apprenticeships in the legal profession and the benefits that they may bring as an alternative to a law degree.
In this first of a four part series on commercial awareness, Paige Jones explains what exactly the concept means in relation to your future clients.
Paige Jones gives her top 10 Twitter accounts to follow for the student lawyer. Ranging from practicing barristers to trainee solicitors and legal journalists – if you're on Twitter, then you better be following our top 10!
Paige Jones explains the nature and advantages of zero hour contracts in light of the recent media outcry and the focus of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development's (CIPD) investigation into their usage.
In the final part of a four-part series, Paige Jones explains why commercial awareness is so important for law firms in the current climate of legal aid cuts, economic trouble and the rise of the Alternative Business Structure.
In the third part of a four part series on commercial awareness, Paige Jones provides advice on how individuals can improve their commercial awareness and prepare themselves for interviews.
In the second part of a four part series on commercial awareness, Paige Jones explains how this concept is used by lawyers and law firms.
Paige Jones explains how to make a good first impression when attending law fairs.
Paige Jones evaluates the new position of pro bono in New York and its current state in the UK, and discusses whether pro bono should be a requirement for UK law students.
Paige Jones explains the developing area of law dealing with the legal consequences of civil partnerships and specialising in the needs of LGBT people.