As part of a series of articles in this issue on firm culture and personal development, a partner reflects on a large law firm’s approach, including measuring performance, support and well-being.
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Aspiring trainees are facing a changing and uncertain landscape. There are a number of areas that they – and lawyers assessing them – can focus on to make the process as normal as possible.
Online mediation has more than demonstrated its worth to separating families during the COVID-19 pandemic, argues one practitioner.
Remote family hearings have changed the game. Will we look back and wonder why we ever did it any differently?
The information gathering application for family lawyers has extended its capacity into a number of new client types.
First let’s recap: for those who aren’t aware, Engage is a web application that helps prospective clients, in their own time, put together all the information a family lawyer requires ahead of a first meeting – ensuring bespoke advice can be given at that first meeting. Engage enhances the initial consultation for both the family lawyer, as they have all the facts, and for the client, as they feel prepared and informed ahead of the meeting.
Are you ready for the new SRA standards, regulations and guidance? They provide more flexibility than before, but that doesn’t mean they are less onerous.
The Innovation Group works make sure Resolution and its members understand innovative projects and technology in the field of family justice.
When you join Resolution, you can take advantage of a number of profile-raising tools and business resources
In this video, Jo O'Sullivan, from Resolution's DR Committee, talks through how she built a successful collaborative practice.
In this recording, Matthew Richardson, from Coram Chambers and Resolution's National YRes Committee, presented the session below on wellbeing for family lawyers. It was delivered at one of Resolution's Code in Practice events in October 2018.
Annmarie Carvalho (Carvalho Mediation & Therapy) and Lauren Guy (Family Law Partners) discuss the issues in wellness in family law.
Resolution developed an innovative new service called Family Matters. It aimed to help separated parents collaborate more effectively in the best interests of their children and involved the services of a new type of practitioner – a ‘Family Matters Guide’.