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Female solicitors 'get paid less'

The Association of Women Solicitors (AWS) yesterday launched an equal pay campaign after a Law Society study revealed male solicitors earn on average £19,000 more than females. read more...


Legal jobs market 'in good health'

The legal jobs market is "buoyant" despite fears of a downturn, it has emerged.

Ten-Percent Legal Recruitment has reported an encouraging month in the industry, offsetting a general "feeling of foreboding" that changes for the worse may have been imminent. read more...


Concern over law recruitment

Careers in law for foreign nationals working in Britain are set to come under greater scrutiny under new proposals from the Solicitor's Regulation Authority (SRA), it has emerged. read more...


Minority students not gaining entry to top firms



Law firms put up £750,000 towards graduate scheme

A selection of London's leading law firms has put forward £750,000 to help persuade a wider range of graduates from different universities to choose careers in law, reports legalweek.com. read more...


Linklaters becomes top graduate law firm

Linklaters has been voted the top law firm for graduates for 2007, according to the Times Top 100 graduate employers list.

The firm finished in 28th position and, overall, the list was underrepresented by the legal profession. read more...


Law graduates: best A levels, fewest firsts

Despite leaving college with the best grades, law graduates are leaving university with the lowest number of first class degrees, new research has claimed.

The study conducted by the Recruiters' Guide to Courses and Campuses and reported on onrec. read more...


Firms set for increased graduate legal job competition

Law firms are set to have more applicants vying for graduate legal jobs as the number of students applying to study law increases.

According to UCAS analysis of university applications, law is the most popular subject for the 2007 entry. read more...


Bar council warns against strong legal services reform

The Bar Council, the professional body for barristers in England and Wales, has sent a hard-hitting brief to MPs to defend its record on complaints handling. read more...

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