by Elizabeth Warhurst, Head of Legal and Commercial Services and Monitoring Officer Elizabeth was asking by the Law Society to write an article about how she tailors her management style to suit everyone within a multi-generational team. Elizabeth explains her approach and shares her tips here.
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Senior Planning Solicitor Band G plus up to 5 market supplements £34,728 – £43,857 per annum, full time permanent contract Are you ready to step into a management role, or do you have existing management experience that you would like to continue to develop? Do you enjoy, and have significant experience in, the areas of […]
by Kate Hiller, Team Manager and Deputy Monitoring Officer It has been 7 months since I joined NWL Legal as the Legal Team Manager and I can honestly say that the time has flown by! So much has happened in that time and I am proud of what we as a team have achieved over […]
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by Rebecca Elliott, Solicitor For a long time I have found that very few people really understand the implications and requirements of Data Protection Legislation and simply add it in to agreements because they have to. This week after some work with our Data Protection Officer, Nicola, it finally clicked into place for me as […]
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by Kerryn Woollett, Regulatory and Enforcement Solicitor Witness statements should be written in the first person. Witness statements should follow the chronological sequence of the events. Witness statements should be divided into numbered paragraphs. Each paragraph should, as far as possible, be confined to a distinct portion of the subject. Witness statements must state: the […]
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