Recent cases prove that universal laws are needed to provide clarity and help secure the welfare of surrogate babies.
Should we open our doors to unregulated providers via a voluntary scheme?
New legislation introduces important changes relating to dishonesty in PI claims.
Assessment of loss for the future earning capacity of those suffering residual disability through injury has always been unsatisfactory.
The Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act poses a real threat to legal professional privilege.
M&A tables give our largest firms cause to reflect on their position in the global market.
London needs to safeguard its status as the leading centre for international legal services.
The government is relying on the generosity of lawyers – maybe now enough is enough.
Forget ‘Tesco’ law and legal aid cuts – the real threat to the status quo for lawyers might be more futuristic.
After the protracted handover of European commissions, there is much to keep lawyers occupied.
The chairman of new press regulator Ipso will be rated on his ability to determine the public interest.
The Rotherham grooming scandal bolsters the case for more witness support, says Mark Castle.
A journey through the darker side of US history, with Zirin an engaging guide.