The Court of Appeal has refused to lift certain reporting restrictions on the trial of Erol Incedal, who was acquitted of plotting a terrorist attack in London.
The regulation will replace all data protection legislation in EU member states. What do practitioners need to do next to be ready?
The draft Wales Bill must be fundamentally reworked if it is to live up to its promise.
Partnership is not necessarily the ultimate goal for a generation of junior lawyers turned off by stress, risk and internal politics.
There is rarely a political dividend in defending the blatantly indefensible.
In one of the world’s most liberal markets, the CMA’s inquiry is oddly timed.
Liberalisation has shown there is no ‘quick buck’ to be made in the law.
Maybe the profession should club together and help give TV solicitors a voice.
Why can’t the minister just admit what we all know? This was a policy pushed through at reckless speed.
The question of legal liability still hangs over lawyers as a concrete solution is not yet forthcoming.
Briggs LJ needs to dig out his passport and investigate how overseas pioneers are reforming the civil courts.
Challenging public attitudes would help the government fulfil its ambitious plans for penal reform.
The food is prepared with top-class ingredients and the minimum of fuss.
Taking silk has real value for solicitor-advocates. But are the cards stacked against them?
What if you left for work not knowing where you would be sitting that day? We looks at the pros and cons of hot-desking.
Your law firm is keen to do its bit for the community by donating to charity. Admirable – but there’s quite a lot to consider.
How do you revive your legal career after taking a lengthy break? A returner course could point you in the right direction.
An economy in the doldrums shaped the early careers of today’s associates – but they are now in an enviable position as law firms compete for talent.