Who needs to prove fraud when you can simply deem claims unnecessary?
Lawyers were urged to give ‘reassurance’ in the last European membership referendum.
Solicitors may think that this topic does not apply to them, but an upcoming case at the Court of Justice of the European Union affects lawyers directly.
It's a tonic for staff that the firm has struck a deal with lenders, but executives face a daunting challenge to make the numbers add up.
Everyone who believes we are equal before the law has cause to thank the Hillsborough lawyers.
Operation Nexus is a policy written backwards from tabloid headlines on foreign criminals.
News that solicitors are acting as McKenzie friends will fuel the debate over unqualified advisers.
After decades of denying that Brussels creates very much law, the ‘in’ campaign has changed its tune.
A ‘one-nation justice system’ cannot be built by recourse to crude populism.
The in/out debate has not yet touched on borderless technologies. That’s a big omission.
The Panama Papers leak has made the defence of professional confidentiality much more difficult.
The talents needed for a career at an ‘elite’ law firm can seem limited by comparison.
The correct response to the Panama Papers will be consistent with our values.
Fears have been expressed about fixed fees but radical change could address flaws in the current regime.
If the courts must generate cash, the £10,000 limit is simply too low.
What do our regulators have to say about the part lawyers will play in online justice?
The Angela Wrightson case has highlighted the ways in which social media can taint a trial.