The government is willing to listen to reasoned arguments – it just depends who’s making them.
Speakers at the opening session had different ideas about the meaning of simple words.
Boney’s gay justice minister deserves to be better known in the common law world.
A new criminal offence for ‘revenge porn’ is laudable in its intent, but an opportunity missed.
If only Europe would share Canada’s view that money laundering obligations are inconsistent with efforts to maintain lawyer-client confidentiality.
A century on, the Gazette's monthly Roll of Honour tells a poignant tale.
In-house lawyers are motivated to work on cutting-edge cases that ‘really matter’. How can they be approached strategically?
The hope is that updated guidance for solicitors on mental health tribunals will improve the process.
Providing witnesses with the level of detail suggested risks tipping trials in favour of the prosecution.
How is the money raised from the sale of the College of Law’s goodwill and assets being spent?
Does the expansion of Gulf financial centres truly demonstrate the solidity of the region’s legal systems?