Social mobility lies at the heart of the Law Society’s Diversity Access Scheme.
The Court of Appeal delivers its verdict on a challenge by the Law Society and practitioner group to the lord chancellor’s criminal legal aid reforms.
With the opportunity for top-line growth comes the new threat of overtrading. The worst may not be behind us.
The case of Stephen and Ellen Debruin reopens the argument about whether judges’ wide discretion ends with fair results.
David Green has revitalised the Serious Fraud Office but it remains under pressure to deliver convictions.
The system cannot work with one limb in athletic prime, the other gangrenous.
‘Diversity’ was not a word district judge Tan Ikram heard much of in the 1990s, he told attendees at the launch of the Law Society’s Ethnic Minority Lawyers Division earlier this month.
Countries across the EU treat in-house lawyers differently. Why?
Andrew Williams’ professional reputation was savaged within 30 minutes – isn’t it time someone said sorry?
Regulators are looking across the channel for ideas on handling client money. But France treats its lawyers like grown-ups.
Human rights abuses are not just morally wrong, they are also bad for business.
A difficult topic dealt with clearly and concisely in a single volume.