Catherine Tobin

Networking for Solicitors

7 Top Networking Tips for People Who Hate Networking

Networking can be a tough business. But unfortunately for those who hate it, it also happens to be an integral catalyst for success in business across many sectors. While it may not sit comfortably with the more introverted among us, networking has proven benefits in aiding career progression. In the context of the law profession, …

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Stress Management for Solicitors: How to Actively Promote Workplace Wellbeing

With great power comes great responsibility – and this is most certainly the case in the context of the legal profession. As a solicitor, you have the knowledge and ability to seek justice for people across many areas, and it is therefore a noble profession and one to be proud of. However, the downside of …

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International Womens Day for the Legal Profession

International Women’s Day 2022: A Celebration of Women in Irish Law

The issue of gender equality is as prevalent as ever in our 21st century society. While inroads continue to be made in this area (recent amendments to the Gender Pay Gap Information Bill in Ireland and the ongoing work carried out as part of the EU Gender Equality Strategy 2020-2025 are just two examples that …

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Legal Training Ireland

Five Reasons Why Training and Development Should Become Part of your Company Culture

There’s no doubt about it; in the past five years alone, the corporate landscape has undergone a drastic transformation. From pandemic-fuelled shifts in workplace models to the increased emphasis placed on a business’s values and culture, the way both employers and employees’ function in a professional capacity has changed forever. This period of evolution has …

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