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Students at Liverpool Life Sciences UTC

Call for education and industry to co-operate

New university technical college aiming to attract 800 students

Liverpool Law Society president urges innovation from city firms

The newly-elected president of Liverpool Law Society is feeling “pessimistic” about the  region’s legal sector.

Keep law local, says town’s latest Law Society president

Stephen Lawson is urging both individuals and businesses to employ local solicitors, instead of going to big city law firms.

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Students at Liverpool Life Sciences UTC

Call for education and industry to co-operate

New university technical college aiming to attract 800 students

Liverpool Law Society president urges innovation from city firms

The newly-elected president of Liverpool Law Society is feeling “pessimistic” about the  region’s legal sector.

Keep law local, says town’s latest Law Society president

Stephen Lawson is urging both individuals and businesses to employ local solicitors, instead of going to big city law firms.

From left, David Wilkinson, David Houghton and Mark Fuller, from Bridge Houghton

Second ‘internet bubble’ set to burst all over social media

Over-valuation of tech companies likely to cause problems in the future

Remaining employees pose tribunal threat to businesses

Trend of employees bringing claims for stress against their employers

Payday loans – which can lead to large debts – should not be used to bridge funding gaps, banker Caroline Stanworth warned

Combination of measures is key to funding, says banker

Bank loans, equity and Government support often work together, according to Barclays

Professional Liverpool chief executive John Hall, left, and chair Jim Gill, right, with Lord Mayor Gary Millar at Liverpool Town Hall

Lobby group’s finances back on sound footing after scare

Professional Liverpool set to run at a surplus after years of losses

Lawyers urged to help oust Law Society leaders at vote

James Parry encourages region's lawyers to travel to London to have their say

HS2 helps profits at property report firm

X-Press Legal Services Group says it is on course to break through the £6.5m turnover barrier

Simon Walker of Quilter Cheviot in Liverpool

Investment business breaks £15bn management barrier

Quilter Cheviot awarded industry accolade for successful merger

Legal Aid high on agenda at city’s Law Society dinner

Lord Michael Heseltine among speakers at annual event

DWF Managing partner Andrew Leaitherland

Mergers help to push up half-year revenues at law firm DWF

More than 10% of the firm's revenue growth is organic, the remainder stemming from its merger with Fishburns and acquisition of Cobbetts

Barristers threaten action over criminal case fee cuts

From this month fees paid by Government for Very High Cost Criminal Cases will be cut by 30%

Cammell Laird shipbuilders in Birkenhead, Wirral

Lack of skill ‘unquestionably holding back firms’ growth’

Shortage of qualified workers for roles is hindering performance of companies, head-hunter warns

Sharing technology costing people the apple of their eye

Pauline McNamara says she is seeing an increasing number of cases where either social media or sharing devices are leading to divorce.

Fiona Kelsey, partner and North West head of assurance at PwC

PwC to step up its search for female leaders of tomorrow

Accountancy firm to double number of places on “shadow a  female leader programme”

Former Everton star Gareth Farrelly at Cassell Moore's Albert Dock offices

Everton's saviour Gareth Farrelly signs up for new goal

Former football ace aims to carve successful legal career

E3, from left, Nick Jones, Simon Ost and Dan Bickerstaffe

E3, the legal practice built by clients

Corporate lawyers listen to client base to create pioneering new legal business

From left, Matthew Dobbs, from Schroders,with Julian Chillingworth and James Hedley, from Rathbones, at the 2014 economic outlook seminar

'Potholes' could dent recovery, investor warns

Rathbones' economic outlook seminar discusses what 2014 has in store

HR expert: Jail bosses who hire illegal immigrants

The Government's Immigration Bill does not go far enough, an employment provider has warned

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