Cutting-edge technology can help law firms innovate and remain agile, the Gazette’s latest roundtable heard.
Diving injuries – duties owed to military personnel outside their ‘employment’
Lawyers must be clear with clients about the status of preliminary enquiries
In professional negligence cases, the preservation of a commercial relationship should be a key goal.
A willingness to share good and bad experiences of IT providers and their products would benefit everyone
There is no reason to suppose that anything is off limits for privitisation after MoJ hikes court fees again.
Government surveillance of lawyers’ correspondence is rarely out of the news.
The legal legacy of the 1985 Manchester air disaster was immense.
Crowdfunding platforms are helping to bridge the gap in public interest law.
The use of analytics and big data may transform the way lawyers are instructed, but it’s not perfect.
There must be a simpler way of completing the indemnity renewal process.
A collection of articles related to the theme of parents’ capacity to change within the timescales needed by the child.
Solicitors should prepare for retirement as they prepared for their careers.
Big companies are struggling to retain the trust of those they depend on, which is destroying value in tangible ways. Should they be listening to their lawyers?
While China offers stimulating opportunities for UK lawyers, its language and culture present formidable challenges.
The partnership model makes parting company a complex affair. But this is often the outcome when serious difficulties arise.