The pre-Jackson costs regime may breach article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights, the Supreme Court says in a private nuisance case.
City of London Law Society warns proposals to give direct access to bank accounts are ‘deeply flawed’.
Lord Dyson shows zero tolerance for far-reaching reform based on poor evidence gathered with insufficient funding.
The Sarkozy case raises important questions about the issue of technology and lawyer-client confidentiality.
An innovative drug and alcohol project shows the courts need a bigger role in tackling social problems.
If the positions have become ceremonial and are not held by senior lawyers, is it time to abolish them?
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