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Lord Justice Tomlinson

Foreign arbitral awards

22 September 2014By Masood Ahmed

‘Certification’ of arbitration agreements under the Arbitration Act 1996.

Police station lamp

Criminal justice support gateway

22 September 2014By Richard Atkinson

How criminal justice liaison and diversion services will affect the defence practitioner.

Police accident

Claims fraud – a sad fact

22 September 2014By Damian Ward

It is wrong to treat personal injury insurance fraud as illusory.

Yvonne Spencer

Solicitor-advocates: raising the bar

22 September 2014By Marialuisa Taddia

Solicitors with higher rights of audience are increasing their share of the advocacy pie and securing parity of esteem with barristers.

Data page – September 2014

18 September 2014

The latest data page figures, compiled by Moneyfacts, are now available.

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Keeping it simple on CPD

22 September 2014

Some fear that one bureaucracy will be displaced by another.

Yes/No campaigns in Scotland

Scotland: breaking new ground

15 September 2014

Independence or further devolution would have legal consequences for England and Wales.


Cornwall's candour bodes ill

8 September 2014

Cuts will compromise council’s ‘capacity and resilience’.


Untold stories of lawyers

1 September 2014

The plight of harassed lawyers seems to be growing worse.

Houses of Parliament

Legal aid at 65

28 July 2014

Only the public can move access to justice up the political agenda.

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Live from the Labour Party Conference

22 September 2014By

[View the story “Live updates” on Storify]

Joanna Goodman

Connecting to the high street

22 September 2014By Joanna Goodman

Far from driving the extinction of high street practices, technology has become one of the main weapons in their armoury.

Jonathan Smithers

Ringmasters in the circus

22 September 2014By Jonathan Smithers

Solicitors are core to the house-moving process and attuned to the complexities poorly understood by others.


In your own time

22 September 2014By

The SRA’s commitment to ‘continuing competence’ places the onus on firms to produce solicitors who can provide first-rate client service.

Ayesha Vardag

The Scots divide

19 September 2014By Ayesha Vardag

Now that Scotland has spoken, what next for family law?

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