Second year of law school paved the way for a shift in my ideological view of both studying law academically and what it would be like to work in practice. This did not occur as a result of being subject to a year’s worth of EU law. Instead, it actually stemmed from an article I … Continue reading The Legal Hunger Games
You will have seen that our last blog post, written by Vicky Pridmore, is a thought-provoking piece on the role that reputation plays in a law firm. A law firm is, of course, a business itself - and Vicky's piece invites us to consider the importance of reputation for businesses. Vicky's piece is the first … Continue reading Editor’s note: a series of three reflective pieces
The Telegraph recently reported on the release of a YouTube video by a City firm trainee commenting on very personal religious beliefs. Since then many firms have been asking what they would do if they had to deal with the same situation. There have been questions about whether there should be disciplinary action, whether policies … Continue reading How important is a law firm’s reputation?