Judges should heed LCJ's warning that law may ‘ossify’ if arbitration replaces the courts.
Pioneers thought they had a game-changer, but this profession is a tough nut to crack.
As I cower in my house, now is a good time to talk about the balance between liberty and security.
The family courts are making creative use of their powers to combat radicalisation, but these are limited.
A contrary decision would have dealt the concept of unbundling a grievous blow.
Can the Competition and Markets Authority fulfil the ambitions of its new enforcement chief?
Law firms should seek to innovate to keep up with new competitors rather than focusing on defensive regulation.
A balance must be struck between the right to voice opinion and the need to ensure fairness in the justice system, writes the attorney-general.
Criminal justice may be ritualised and in some respects archaic, but a strict regimen is critical to fair trials.
Why must the regulator go after solicitors who commit a minor offence in their private life?
There has been much emphasis on TTIP. But another agreement will affect lawyers’ markets too.
Thirteen names give a snapshot of the Great War’s toll on solicitors and articled clerks.
Clive O'Connell's plight shows that lawyers are always representing their employer. Anonymity is a luxury of the past.
Proper budgeting would be a better solution than more fixed fees for claimants.
There’s more to the sorry saga of the criminal courts charge than a dud policy implemented by a hapless lord chancellor.