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In the latest of a series of articles, we ask women in law what they would change about the profession, the industry, and the system.
Emma Peacock, Trainee Solicitor in DAS Law’s Catastrophic Injury team, discusses how she completed her LPC training while also working as a paralegal.
The government recently announced the easing of lockdown restrictions for many businesses across the country. Nevertheless, health & safety and social distancing measures still apply.
Despite the fact that women account for 61% of law graduates, only 28% of private practice partners are female. What can be done to improve this figure?
Ashlee Robinson, Associate and Thomas Pertaia, Legal Adviser, explain what you need to know around your cancellation rights.
As we slowly exit lockdown, this is the ideal opportunity to spend some time giving your business a ‘spring clean’. Hayley Marles has six tips for a clean and tidy SME.
A mere 52% of solicitors at law firms work flexibly, compared to 66% of other UK professionals. Is flexible working a right and is it vital for encouraging more women into the industry?
DAS Law has been shortlisted in three categories at the 2019 Legal Week Innovation Awards.
The long-awaited motor reforms to civil litigation have been postponed until April next year. We asked a senior personal injury solicitor – DAS Law’s Miquelle Groves – to take a look.
E-scooters may have become commonplace on our streets over the last few years but technically they are illegal…that is until now, sort of. But what do owners and riders need to know?
DAS Law has been shortlisted for ‘ABS of the Year’ at the 2019 Modern Law Awards.
DAS Law legal adviser Adam Pincott has been shortlisted for The Bristol Law Society’s ‘Student of the Year’ award.