When a partner misbehaves, everyone around them can be tarnished.
As the legal revolution progresses, the danger is that the weakest and most abused clients will be pushed to the margins.
Starting work on some of Leveson’s recommendations for the courts must be a priority.
The impression left by this protracted circus is that lawyers are there to protect the powerful and wealthy.
The winter months highlight the issues raised by wills drafted without the help of a qualified solicitor.
Judges are quick to chop down legal bills, but we still don’t know what proportionality really means.
Lawyer-client confidentiality could come under renewed threat following the recent terrorist attacks.
The way government has set about removing the law’s ‘height advantage’ is depressing.
A heterosexual couple may struggle in their attempt to register as civil partners.
Law firms are too easily discouraged from breaking free from the crowd when it comes to marketing.
2015 will see competition for business intensify, but it will also bring countless opportunities.
The lord chancellor was trying to make this debate go away - instead he upset his own MPs.
There is a worrying lack of focus on the public interest in the board’s latest draft strategic plan, which seems mired in a carefree past.
Law Society roadshow looks at details of the legal aid crime duty tender process.