The Legal Aid Agency and the Ministry of Justice have been silent on this week’s milestone.
Are we commemorating the centenary of something that never formally occurred?
Plans to cut legal aid in other European states echo reforms in the UK. But protests abound.
Lord Dyson shows zero tolerance for far-reaching reform based on poor evidence gathered with insufficient funding.
An innovative drug and alcohol project shows the courts need a bigger role in tackling social problems.
If the positions have become ceremonial and are not held by senior lawyers, is it time to abolish them?
The legal world could embrace the ‘specific formula’ approach encouraged by a revolutionary dating app.
A bill which creates a problem and offers no solution. What a waste of time.
A recent case involving Italian nationals clarifies the position on forum shopping in the EU.
In the face of a growing number of unregulated competitors, law firms need to revive the solicitor brand.
The UK is one of only three democracies not to have codified their constitutions. Should it do so?
Vulnerable people are being exploited by companies who do know better.
If the new education secretary lives up to the best attributes of successful in-house lawyers, she might set a very good example.
Law firm leaders have to realise that the marketplace is increasingly commercial and must respond. Otherwise failure beckons.
Withdrawal of cack-handed sell-off plan should not close all options for reform.
Two recent stories – new UK data laws and the EU’s relationship with Switzerland – highlight the central role of the Court of Justice of the European Union.