Promoting access to the profession through university careers support by Paul McConnell, Deputy Head of Birmingham Law School, University of Birmingham   Support through Careers Services at Universities There are now five Universities which offer undergraduate Law degrees in the city ...

February 28, 2020

Alice Kinder on Social Mobility Birmingham has much to be proud of. The combination of a young population, rich cultural diversity and unprecedented growth and transformation means it is a fantastic place to live and work. With these strengths come ...

February 28, 2020

The SQE – what’s all the fuss about? asks Catherine Edwards       Catherine Edwards Director of Learning and Development & Chair of Education and Training committee Senior Practitioner in law – Keele University   So what is the SQE? From ‘Autumn’ ...

February 28, 2020

The Ever-Present Risk of Flooding – Tony Rollason, Landmark Sadly the topic of flooding is never far away from the headlines. In November 2019, significant flooding occurred across the Midlands and north of England, which was said to affect over 2,400 homes and businesses. Fast ...

February 27, 2020

Family law supplement in Birmingham Post – Foreword by Claire Darley This week’s Birmingham Post has a special supplement on the area of family and divorce law. The free supplement looks at issues such as parenting, working together through divorce and surrogacy and is published in ...

February 21, 2020

The 2020 Legal Awards Shortlist We are pleased to announce the shortlist for our 2020 Legal Awards, celebrating the successes and achievements of the Midlands’ legal community over the past year. Selected by a panel of judges from the professional and ...

February 14, 2020

Sharing in the Common Wealth – by Tony McDaid Tony McDaid is Chief Executive and Director of Clerking at No5 Chambers and Board Director and Chair of the International Committee of Birmingham Law Society Whether you were a leaver or remainer I am sure like me you ...

February 6, 2020

From Hurricanes to Highgate: Why Birmingham remains my international destination of choice After nearly a decade spent litigating in some of the world’s most exotic locations, barrister Alex Haylin of No5 Chambers explains the enduring appeal of Birmingham for those practising at the cutting edge of ...

February 6, 2020

Davinder Rana – Interview with the Chair of the In-house Committee • Tell me about your career history My name is Davinder Rana I am a Solicitor with nearly 20 years PQE. First role as a qualified Solicitor was with the Treasury Solicitors Department in London. This was a varied and ...

January 21, 2020

Solicitors and Chartered Legal Executives Can Become Judges Too I have a secret to impart, but you will have to wait a bit before I tell it to you. I was jubilant when, in early 2017, I was appointed a Deputy District Judge (Magistrates’ Courts). I was also very pleased at the ...

November 19, 2019

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