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Just a quarter of Brits believe legal system is fair, survey finds

6th January 2016 10:35

According to a survey by leading solicitors, Hodge Jones & Allen, just 25 per cent of the UK population feel that the legal system in the country is transparent and fair. Of those questioned, 2 in 3 said that money is more of an important factor in accessing… Read more...


50 per cent of expert witnesses received more instructions this year, survey finds

26th November 2015 14:51

According to a recent survey, 50 per cent of expert witnesses received more instructions in the last 12 months. The survey of approximately 200 expert witnesses, which followed the Bond Solon conference, revealed that 47 per cent of expert witnesses were… Read more...


Small businesses don’t view lawyers as cost effective, survey finds

10th November 2015 10:39

A recent professional services survey, conducted on behalf of the Legal Services Board (LSB), has revealed that just 13 per cent of small businesses believe that lawyers “provide a cost-effective means to resolve legal issues”. The survey findings… Read more...


1 in 5 lawyers would quit their job to be on The Apprentice

20th October 2015 11:35

A recent professional services survey by legal recruiter, Laurence Simons, has revealed that nearly 1 in 5 (18 per cent) of lawyers would quit their job to be on the BBC reality TV show, The Apprentice. The figure of 18 per cent marks a decline on the results… Read more...


Millennial solicitors are quitting law faster than past generations, survey finds

30th September 2015 16:43

According to a recent professional services survey, conducted by career change consultants Life Productions, 32 per cent of jobs seekers in the United Kingdom, who are lawyers, are looking for a career outside of law, an increase from 24 per cent in 2007.… Read more...


Record number of graduates in jobs since the recession, figures show

4th September 2015 14:22

According to recent figures, a record number of UK graduates are in employment since the recession. In November 2014, as part of a study by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA), researchers questioned approximately 82,000 individuals who graduated… Read more...


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