Law firms must build a solid brand. But it shouldn’t be too gimmicky or over-familiar, writes Chris Rodgers.
Those facing non-payment of rent from a tenant have a number of options.
How easy is it to gain the kudos that accrues from writing a law book?
An overview and guidance for solicitors currently dealing with the changes post-Mitchell.
In Argentina, excellent local counsel contrast with a high-inflation environment and a government that is seen as anti-business.
Russia was becoming a jurisdiction where private agreements could be relied upon.
No commemoration of 1914 can overlook the most influential solicitor of all time.
Many criminal solicitors feel betrayed by the bar on legal aid. But they must not be embittered.
Could arbitration really be used in personal injury, or is this more of a message to the judges?
The cuts have been so deep that it is time to consider a fundamental shift in legal aid delivery.
Our understanding of ‘deprivation of liberty’ has been redefined, with implications for policy-makers and the law.
This trim volume is worth reading solely because of the insights it gives into some famous names.