Lord chancellor’s party conference speech made no mention of a bill of rights – but watch this space.
Has a cull of senior parliamentary counsel bequeathed poorly drafted legislation?
Is it too simplistic to infer that we are back to business as usual in the City?
The independence of lawyers, money laundering and the refugee crisis are among the topics up for debate at this year’s conference.
There has been progress but attitudes need to change if the bar is to attract the best talent.
Some of our biggest firms are exploiting the Volkswagen crisis. And why not?
Uber has grabbed the headlines but unregulated online services could threaten the legal landscape as we know it.
Practical guidance is now available on how best to navigate the courts of the CJEU.
US Chamber of Commerce is out of order in seeking to suppress litigation funding.
Given the high risks and low rewards unbundling seems to offer, the LSB should not be surprised if many firms proceed with caution.
Fewer people in the profession seem willing to climb career ladders.
The LSB is pushing firms to offer a half-service, but is this a good idea?
The public need to be involved in reform of the police watchdog. Otherwise improved accountability will not be achieved.
It is incumbent on lawyers to help shape a replacement for the much-criticised investor-to-state dispute settlement mechanism.
Michael Gove has ditched his predecessor’s more indefensible policies – but there is more he could do.
Our county courts are not fit for purpose. Solicitors need to speak up.
Solicitors are still trying to shake off the ‘second cousin’ perception.