Female trainee solicitors are still likely to be paid less than their male peers, according to a new Law Society report. The latest Law Society Annual Statistical Report shows that, on average, male trainees earn around £1,300 more a year than female trainees. The report also found that the number of training contracts awarded in England and Wales has increased by 4.3 per cent to 5,385.
The property practice of Richard King’s chambers 5 Paper Buildings has gained two barristers from rival chambers.Josephine Henderson, a social housing specialist, joins King’s set from Arden Chambers, while Jeremy Garrood, who practises in general property, will and trust and landlord and tenant, joins from New Court Chambers. The set recently hired Julia Graham as […]