Virtual Reality (VR) has been on the periphery of our lives for decades but it’s only in the last few months that it has become a really attainable technology.
Recruitment is the single biggest barrier to growth across all industries and for the legal sector it’s a particular challenge as they deal with ‘buy back’.
The gig economy has become a catchall phrase to describe the growing number of freelance and temporary workers pursuing ‘gigs’ or temporary projects.
The IT curriculum underwent a significant shake-up in 2014 when coding became a core component of teaching.
Although the legal sector is only just sticking its collective toe in the waters of artificial intelligence (AI), there are already fears about what this may mean for jobs.
Adaptive reuse refers to the process of reusing an old site or building for a purpose other than that it was designed for and there’s a long tradition of this in the higher education sector.
Activity based working is the name given to a style of working that liberates employees from fixed ‘at desk’ locations in favour of choosing a setting appropriate to the task in hand.
Last year saw countless headlines about the expected loss of jobs due to automation in the legal sector.