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The Ten Laws of Legal Project Management

Over the next few articles, I’ll introduce the Ten Laws of (Legal) Project Management and then go into some of them in practical, how-do-I-apply-this detail. Why ten? It feels like about the right number, a manageable number that sums up basic project management maxims and guidelines. (I hear one of you saying, That’s as high as he can count without taking off his shoes. I know who you are, too.) 1. First Effectiveness, Then Efficiency Efficiency is doing things right, but effectiveness is doi...
Tags: Law, Hamlet, Gantt, Barnardo, Practice Of Law, Helmuth von Moltke, Claudius


Elgar Manuscript Found After 100 Years And Performed

Composed in 1924, the ‘Andante’ melody had originally been scribbled by Elgar on a sheet of manuscript paper, which he signed clearly with his name. But for more than a century, it was hidden within the pages of a small black autograph book once owned by Lydia Tabb – a Barnardo’s charity fundraiser. – Express and Star
Tags: Art, Music, Elgar, Barnardo, 03.06.19, Lydia Tabb


UK: Final Decision In Long Running Barnardo's Pension Increase Court Case - Clyde & Co

Increases are an important component of a member's pension, but can be costly to fund. In the latest in a line of cases, the Supreme Court
Tags: UK, News, Barnardo


Three child care organisations face historic abuse probe

Police are investigating claims made against Barnardo's, Quarriers and Aberlour Child Care Trust.
Tags: News, Barnardo


Excluded children at risk of knife crime - Barnardo's

Pupils taken out of education could also be at risk of being groomed, says the charity Barnardo's.
Tags: UK, News, Barnardo


School exclusions 'fuelling gang violence' - Barnardo's

Pupils taken out of education are being groomed by criminal gangs, the charity Barnardo's says.
Tags: News, Barnardo


Sexually exploited boys 'miss out on help' Barnardo's says

The charity calls for a "change in perspective" to recognise boys as "victims" not just "initiators"
Tags: News, Barnardo


UK: Supreme Court Hears Barnardo's RPI/CPI Appeal - Dentons

Dentons' Reward team are advising the Representative Beneficiaries of the Barnardo's Staff Pension Scheme ("the Scheme") in an application to the Supreme Court to decide whether the Scheme rules permit
Tags: UK, News, Supreme Court, Barnardo, Hears Barnardo


Children under 13 groomed on live streams

Barnardo's is calling for better age-verification as children younger than 13 years old live stream.
Tags: UK, News, Barnardo


Barnardo and Chelsea to Investigate Racist Coaches

The biggest children’s charity in Britain, Bernardo’s, has been brought in by the Chelsea Football Club to supervise an independent investigation into claims of racism that have left the club looking at the real possibility of extensive legal action. Chelsea commissioned the enquiry after the club started receiving legal claims, initially from three previous youth-team players from the 1990s, which alleged that Graham Rix and Gwyn Williams subjected young black players to exhaustive racial abuse...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Williams, Stamford Bridge, Dugdale, Gary Baker, Chelsea Football Club, Lunn, Rix, Barnardo, Gwyn Williams, Graham Rix, Chelsea Daft, Britain Bernardo, Chelsea Lunn


Chelsea approach Barnardo's to oversee racism investigation - source

Antonio Conte admits Chelsea's chances of reaching the top four are looking slim after his side were held to a 1-1 draw by Huddersfield. Huddersfield picked up the point they needed at Stamford Bridge to ensure they'll be playing Premier League football again next season. Huddersfield picked up the point they needed at Stamford Bridge to ensure they'll be playing Premier League football again next season. Huddersfield's hard fought draw versus Chels...
Tags: Football, Sport, Story, Britain, Chelsea, Premier League, Williams, Huddersfield, Stamford Bridge, English Premier League, Antonio Conte, Antonio Rudiger, David Wagner, Rix, Barnardo, Huddersfield Huddersfield


Reading Toy Run organisers praise terrific response as hundreds of presents donated

"A car a minute" arrived at Barnardo's School in Wokingham despite the weather leading to the cancellation of the event [Author: Hugh Fort]
Tags: Home, Barnardo, Wokingham, Hugh Fort


'I was tired at school'

Schools need to take more responsibility for young carers, says charity Barnardo's.
Tags: UK, News, Barnardo


John Lewis Launches 2017 Christmas Advertising Campaign ‘Moz The Monster’

John Lewis has launched its eagerly anticipated 2017 Christmas advertising campaign ‘Moz The Monster’ on johnlewis.com, social media channels and in its shops across the UK.The advert will first be shown on TV this evening at around 9.30pm on Channel 4 and at approximately the same time it will also be broadcast on all Sky’s own channels.Set to a cover version of The Beatles’ song ‘Golden Slumbers’, recorded by British band Elbow, the two minute advert tells a heartwarming story of a little boy ...
Tags: Facebook, UK, John Lewis, Featured, Advertising, Oxford Street, Joe, Moz, Sally Phillips, Garvey, Michel Gondry, Michel, Barnardo, Sylvia G, Trendy, Google Home Google Home


John Lewis Moz the Monster at Christmas 2017

John Lewis, the UK department store chain, its 2017 Christmas advertising campaign, “Moz The Monster”. Set to a cover version of The Beatles’ song ‘Golden Slumbers’, recorded by British band Elbow, the two minute advert tells a heartwarming story of a little boy called Joe, who is kept awake by a 7ft imaginary Monster called Moz who is living under his bed. The two form a friendship and play together every evening, but staying awake through the night starts to take its toll on Joe, who can hardl...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Commercials, UK, John Lewis, London, Advertising, Christmas, Oxford Street, Joe, Moz, Sally Phillips, Omd, Richard Wilson, Andrew Kelly, Michel Gondry


Barnardo’s black history in the words and pictures of long-forgotten children

To celebrate the start of Black History Month, the charity is sharing its archive of photographs and poignant testimonials with the Observer, at last giving a voice to the orphans it welcomed into its homes 120 years agoA hidden store of remarkable personal testimonies, told by a selection of black children and teenagers given shelter by the Barnardo’s organisation up to 120 years ago, has been shared with the Observer this weekend, along with a series of original admission photographs.These uns...
Tags: Photography, Children, History, Charities, Voluntary sector, Race issues, Black History Month, Barnardo


Bid to tackle child sexual exploitation launched in Aberdeen and Dundee

Barnardo's Scotland, Police Scotland and Comic Relief are behind the initiative in Aberdeen and Dundee.
Tags: News, Scotland, Aberdeen, Dundee, Barnardo


Prison visiting rules punish children, says charity

Barnardo's says linking visits to male prisoners' good behaviour is cruel to the children.
Tags: UK, News, Barnardo


Barnardo's issues tips to help parents bond with their babies before birth

Start bonding with your baby before birth with these top tips from Barnardo’s during Infant Mental Health Awareness Week.
Tags: Health, Barnardo


G4S to take over welfare support for families facing deportation

Home Office expected to announce controversial contractor will provide services rather than Barnardo’s charityThe private security company G4S is to take over from a children’s charity the contract to provide welfare support to detained families facing deportation, the Home Office is expected to announce on Friday.The Home Office has privately insisted that the much-criticised private security company can provide the “same key aspects of welfare support to families” as have been delivered by the...
Tags: Business, Politics, Children, UK News, G4s, Immigration and asylum, Home Office, Refugees, Child protection, Gatwick Airport, Barnardo


Watch: David Bowie's first TV appearance at age 17 was a delightful prank

In November 1964, 17-year-old David Bowie (then Jones) appeared on BBC's "Tonight" to talk about his new Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Long-Haired Men, a PR stunt cooked up by his dad. Bowie was already a veteran rocker, having played with The Konrads,Tthe King Bees, and The Manish Boys. From Wendy Leigh's Bowie: The Biography: He might have been part of the Manish Boys, but inside, David had always seen himself as a star who stood on his own. So he was heartened when his fathe...
Tags: Video, Music, News, Bbc, David, David Bowie, Hair, Pranks, Jones, Bowie, Wendy Leigh, Barnardo, Society for the Prevention of Cruelty, John Jones


HIA: Barnardo's director says organisation has 'learned lessons'

Director of Barnardo's NI says the organisation has "learned from the lessons" of the HIA Inquiry.
Tags: News, HIA, Barnardo


Barnardo's: Make sex and relationship lessons compulsory

Compulsory sex and relationship lessons for all school children should be introduced by the Welsh Government, Barnardo's Cymru says.
Tags: News, Barnardo


Three Perfect Surprise animated for Barnardos

Three Ireland has extended the Perfect Surprise, a Christmas commercial run in 2014 and 2015, into an animated campaign focused on giving. The campaign began in 2014 with the story of a young girl, Anna, whose Dad goes to the ends of the earth – quite literally – to bring her back the perfect surprise. A surprise that turns out to be her very own snow cloud. Two years later, the story has been turned into The Girl and the Cloud, an animated film and a beautifully illustrated children’s book. Pro...
Tags: Commercials, Advertising, Christmas, Ireland, Anna, Three, Conor Ryan, Barnardo, Red Knuckles, Patrick Stephenson


Queen steps down as patron of the LTA

The Queen is giving up 25 patronages including the NSPCC and Barnardo's.
Tags: Tennis, Lta, NSPCC, Barnardo


Queen steps down as patron of WRU

The Queen is giving up 25 patronages including the NSPCC and Barnardo's, says Buckingham Palace.
Tags: News, NSPCC, WRU, Barnardo


Queen steps down as patron of Wimbledon LTA

The Queen is giving up 25 of her patronages including the NSPCC and Barnardo's, says Buckingham Palace.
Tags: Tennis, NSPCC, Barnardo


Queen steps down as patron of RFU

The Queen is giving up 25 of her patronages including the NSPCC and Barnardo's, says Buckingham Palace.
Tags: Rugby, NSPCC, Barnardo


Queen steps down as patron of children's charities

The Queen is giving up 25 of her patronages including the NSPCC and Barnardo's, says Buckingham Palace.
Tags: UK, News, NSPCC, Barnardo


Queen to step down as patron of 25 charities

The Queen is giving up 25 of her patronages including the NSPCC and Barnardo's, says Buckingham Palace.
Tags: UK, News, NSPCC, Barnardo