What has the Competition and Markets Authority - the body responsible for enforcing UK competition law - achieved in the year since it was established?
Slater and Gordon’s Quindell acquisition looks like a risky strategic departure.
Has the senior judiciary reached a tipping point in terms of attracting candidates of the highest calibre?
‘Diversity’ was not a word district judge Tan Ikram heard much in the 1990s, he told attendees at the launch of the Law Society’s Ethnic Minority Lawyers Division earlier this month.
Andrew Williams’ professional reputation was savaged within 30 minutes – isn’t it time someone said sorry?
In 1945 the passing of David Lloyd George, the only solicitor to become prime minister, was marked with purple prose.
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.
Regulate the unregulated and ride the technological wave – or clients will suffer.
Staff running the pioneering war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia have found community outreach work vital.
Government legislates in haste to close tax loopholes. But history suggests this is unwise.
Agreeing budgets in clinical negligence is rarer than a sighting of Bigfoot.
The company that promised to turn the legal world upside down has had to retreat.
Despite Chris Grayling’s best efforts to withhold details, it is still possible to compare the UK’s justice system with others in Europe.
Even if the Tories form the next government, it is hard to believe Chris Grayling will remain in post for long.