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Laura Devine

Immigration: political football

20 April 2015By Laura Devine

What are the main political parties’ pledges on immigration if they are elected in May?


Online dispute resolution: answers?

20 April 2015By Christopher Hodges

The CJC proposal for HM Online Court – right technology, wrong architecture?

Legal Ombudsman

Doing more for less

20 April 2015By Kathryn King

Data, development and dispute resolution – the LeO offers more than just a complaints-handling service.


How to: set in-house KPIs

20 April 2015By

A look at how performance indicators can help demonstrate the value of in-house teams and boost their efficiency.

Data page - April 2015

Data page – April 2015

16 April 2015

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

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London skyline

Exporting arbitration

20 April 2015

London could be surprisingly vulnerable to upstart rivals.

Lady Justice Hallett

Setting a bench mark

13 April 2015

An appropriately sophisticated approach to making the bench more representative of our society.

Chris Tarrant on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?

Who wants to pay new court fees?

30 March 2015

Criminal court charges create an incentive to exit the process.

Family court room

Unhappy families

23 March 2015

Too often judgments in family cases look and feel arbitrary.

Empty press conference

Muzzled watchdog

16 March 2015

What could be more relevant to ‘consumers’ than the huge hike in court fees?

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Joshua Rozenberg

Listen to the judiciary

20 April 2015By Joshua Rozenberg

It’s down to judges to uphold the rule of law, last week’s Commonwealth Law Conference heard.

Julie Exton

False economies afflicting courts

20 April 2015By Julie Exton

Removal of public funding in family law is having a huge impact on court business.

Michael Cross

Google is the wrong target

17 April 2015By

History suggests that anti-trust action is the wrong way to promote innovation in IT. 

Sandra Paul

Undoing Magna Carta

16 April 2015By Sandra Paul

New court fees leave decisions on the burden of proof at risk of being secondary to whether defendants can afford to plead not guilty.

Jane Ching

Students providing justice?

15 April 2015By Jane Ching

Is it inappropriate for the legal system to come to depend at least in part on student work?

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