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Legal Industry Updates

January 5, 2022

Intervene Project: Striving to Plug the Exponentially Increasing Legal Aid Gap by Providing Free Representation to Prisoners

Abuse, neglect and injustice run through UK prisons. However, the relentless wave of legal aid cuts, including those brought about by LASPO 2012, has seriously obstructed […]
December 16, 2021

Are you keeping track of the latest UK trade agreements?

Ralitsa Stancheva outlines the recent trade agreements that the UK has established and analyses the impact of these developments.
December 12, 2021
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Which One? SQE or LPC?

Demi Akande examines in her article the differences between the LPC and SQE.
November 29, 2021
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Virtual law firms

Laetitia Ponde Nkot explores the expansion of virtual law firms in the UK. The article talks about the development of virtual law firms, the differences between traditional firms and virtual firms, and the solicitors' points of view concerning the virtual law firms' system.
November 15, 2021

The takeover of Arm by Nvidia posing a national security threat

Article by Christina Hajisotiris A deeper review into Nvidia’s acquisition of Arm by UK’s competition authorities has raised national security concerns. Nvidia, the largest US tech company, […]
November 5, 2021
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What are the chances of another lockdown happening in England?

Olga Kyriakoudi explores the current situation of COVID-19 in the UK and how law firms deal with their employees in the face of these circumstances.
October 31, 2021
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Criminal justice is at breaking point

Laetitia Ponde Nkot investigates the backlog of cases in the criminal justice system and the uncertainty of managing to reduce the load, despite the opening of temporary courts. The article reports the plans considered by the Department of Justice to re-enable the criminal justice system in England and Wales.
October 8, 2021
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The Law Society welcomes I. Stephanie Boyce as President 

Demi Akande recounts an interview from I. Stephanie Boyce, the new and first President black female of the law society, in which she talks about her will to continue the efforts for a diverse legal industry.
June 8, 2021

The Relaunch of Simply Law!

Simply Law has announced that the legal job site has undergone the biggest transformation in its 18 year history. Based on in-depth research into the industry, […]