Following the recent call for a crackdown on alcohol fuelled events from the junior lawyer’s division of the law society, there has been much debate about whether such events and parties are a thing of the past. For example, it has been suggested that firms should be replacing wine-tasting evenings with alcohol free activities.
Is it time for law firms to call time on drinking?
Are booze-fuelled parties becoming a thing of the past within the legal sector, former partner gives her comments in The Times on the topic.
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