This year I attended Resolution's National Conference, in Brighton; And what a fantastic conference to be a part of, which also saw the official launch of YRes.
It was a great opportunity not only to hear from speakers with recent updates on family law, but also to network with other, like-minded family practitioners who strive to abide by Resolution's Code of Conduct.
Resolution launches national support network for junior family practitioners YRes aims to kick-start aspiring family lawyers’ careers Resolution has unveiled its national YRes network for family solicitors, legal executives, paralegals, barristers and other professionals at the start of their career. The changing state of family law practice has created great uncertainty in recent years for those entering the profession, with huge competition for fewer jobs and less work to go around between firms. YRes, which launched at Resolution's Annual Conference in Brighton, gives aspiring family lawyers a career kick-start through training, networking and development. Resolution YRes representative Lucy Loizou explained why support is necessary for aspiring practitioners: "It's a tough market. Competition is high for posts for newly-qualified family solicitors.