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.
Children aged 10 and over will be able to tell the judge their thoughts and feelings on family cases affecting them.
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?
The legal world could embrace the ‘specific formula’ approach encouraged by a revolutionary dating app.
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