History suggests that anti-trust action is the wrong way to promote innovation in IT.
New court fees leave decisions on the burden of proof at risk of being secondary to whether defendants can afford to plead not guilty.
Lawyers with no judicial experience given a route to the High Court – a controversial but bold move.
Lawyers must help to engage the whole of the UK in a constitutional debate.
An appropriately sophisticated approach to making the bench more representative of our society.
Like its fellow pioneer QualitySolicitors, Co-op Legal is looking to a digital future after moving into the black.
The Law Society’s relentless lobbying over civil court fee rises and related justice issues has paid dividends. But following counsel’s advice a judicial review bid has been ruled out.
Special tribunal for Lebanon has put journalists in the dock. And for what?
We can’t predict the exact nature of threats to legal services. So future plans should be of only the broadest variety.
Political parties seem to be burying legal issues in the run-up to this May’s poll.
Free trade gives ruling elites a stake in the rule of law.
What has 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.