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How can law firms prepare for better mental health practices post-pandemic?
Have you recognised the signs of cabin fever during lockdown? You’re not alone. We have been speaking to some experts about this and what can be done to combat it in your business.
What is good art? No simple answer can be given to that question because individual responses are subjective and consensus views change over time. The same could well be true of questions about ESG: originally developed in the investment community, this acronym for environmental, social and governance issues may now be universally recognised, but how these issues are perceived by different organisations and a consensus view on what they mean in practice remain in a constant state of flux.
Legal Geek Mentoring Programme with Ivy Wong
The Legal Geek Mentorship Programme has been connecting mentors and mentees across the legal industry since 2017. The fantastic Ivy Wong has been spearheading this initiative since the start. We’ve just finished our fourth cohort and are so excited to speak to her and find out what she’s been up to and get the latest on the programme.
The future of FinTech
FinTech is easy to define: any technology that seeks to improve, enable and/or automate the delivery and use of financial services. But the precise origin of this portmanteau word is hard to pinpoint: Wells Fargo became the first bank to offer online accounts in 1995, PayPal launched in 1999, and Zopa became the world’s first peer-to-peer lending company in 2005 – regularly cited as a pivotal FinTech event.