This interactive and thought-provoking workshop was run by Jacinta Gallant and Jo O’Sullivan. It started off with music to get everybody moving and get our brains into gear on a Monday afternoon.
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The journey to partnership is not easy or quick, but there are ways to prepare and a mindset to cultivate.
For one international firm, Zoom and Teams were already fully in use before Covid 19, and helped facilitate a hands-on, face-to-face approach to staff development
From a Post-It note to a commitment to openness, proper team decision-making, and social responsibility
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.
We run two rounds of lawyer accreditation and one of financial advisor accreditation each year.
Resolution membership helps you develop your network, meet other professionals and become part of a community.
Our question setters and assessors are an essential part of the the specialist accreditation scheme. They are all members and - with the rest of the accreditation team - are responsible for setting and maintaining the high quality standards of practice of the applicants to the scheme.
We take cheating, collusion and plagiarism seriously, this policy outlines our principles, approach and procedure in relation to this type of misconduct.
Resolution's specialist accreditation scheme recognises financial advisor members who demonstrate a high level of skills, proficiency and experience in their work.
Lawyer members applying for Specialist Accreditation must demonstrate a thorough knowledge of law, procedure and practice. Their skills, proficiency and experience in specialist areas of family law are also assessed.
Written correspondence, such as emails or letters, is still the main method of communication in family disputes. The impact of letters and emails can be significant; therefore, consider who the recipient is and what you hope to achieve with the communication.
The National YRes Committee makes sure YRes remains at the heart of all Resolution work and junior practitioners are integrated with Resolution at all levels, both regionally and nationally.
The Specialist Accreditation Committee sets and maintains Resolution's accreditation schemes.
The Training & Learning Committee works to deliver a wide ranging, high quality and structured training programme that promotes the ethos of Resolution and is accessible to all family justice professionals at all levels.