Maybe the profession should club together and help give TV solicitors a voice.
Why can’t the minister just admit what we all know? This was a policy pushed through at reckless speed.
The question of legal liability still hangs over lawyers as a concrete solution is not yet forthcoming.
Briggs LJ needs to dig out his passport and investigate how overseas pioneers are reforming the civil courts.
Challenging public attitudes would help the government fulfil its ambitious plans for penal reform.
Stamp duty timetable highlights more than just conveyancing concerns.
Lord chancellor gives a little away on the forthcoming draft British bill of rights.
Lawyers are safe from having to disclose details of tax schemes. For now.
Alexander Litvinenko’s widow may find that winning a judgment against Russia is easier than enforcing one.
There is rarely a political dividend in defending the blatantly indefensible.
Litigators may not welcome Jackson’s sweeping changes but extending fixed fees could improve access to the courts.
The Supreme Court will address an important issue on the finality of settlements.
When the government is defendant in medical or military claims, it shouldn’t be involved in reducing them.
If the government effectively seizes the wheel of the super-regulator, does that not signal a lack of confidence in its leader?
Invoking a hitherto unused rule of law mechanism was a brave step by the European Commission.
Things are improving for LGBT solicitors but the profession must do more.