There is a proliferation of organisations in Europe representing judges. Do we need them all?
Solicitors aren’t trained how to manage people. But common sense and pragmatism can help send the right message from senior lawyers.
Planning reforms are essential to fixing the housing crisis. The question is which reforms.
Rod Liddle hates lawyers. But the media controversialist’s claim that we live in a ‘juristocracy’ is well over the top.
The first event of its kind aims to celebrate the rule of law and promote lawyers’ common values.
Independence or further devolution would have legal consequences for England and Wales.
Councils are flouting the law by failing looked-after children and young people in care.
Too often UK law firms leave Latin American work to Spanish and US firms – they should be more confident.
Did downsizing during the recession leave many firms short of competent lawyers?
Electronic media will change courtroom behaviour, but not necessarily in the way most people assume.
A look at other jurisdictions tells us that we must take a granular and nuanced approach to pricing legal work.
The Ypres grave of articled clerk Cyril Montagu Pope is worth visiting.
How comparison website for solicitors’ indemnity would make system more efficient.
The company simply grew too quickly – and the clear-up job is a painful one.
A raft of measures to prevent money laundering highlights the difficulty lawyers face in holding confidential financial information for clients in a high-tech world.
Changes to the time-honoured car tax disc rule may be of interest to lawyers.