The more things develop, the more one gets the sense that the reality is going to be less radical than first feared.
We should pay more attention to the International Bar Association. Directly and indirectly, its work affects what we do.
Privately educated people are over-represented by a factor of five in the senior ranks of the law.
Did the PM’s anti-corruption summit contain more rhetoric than substance?
Norton Rose Fulbright should do more than admin in Manila — why not legal work too?
Much is at stake for lawyers in the controversial TTIP talks, which are now floundering.
David Cameron’s ambition for a UK spaceport, announced in the Queen's speech, faces epic legal battles.
Interesting developments in the always-trending world of the impact of hi-tech on the legal profession.
The welfare of those detained by police is at risk after home secretary’s ‘bizarre’ U-turn.
We must judge the success of this week’s London summit only by the long-term practical actions that may follow.
Some worrying clues suggest the online portal’s remit may be widened.
The UK fought hard to have the court placed in its jurisdiction. A Brexit would undo that effort.
London’s toxic mayoral election highlighted the dangers of identifying solicitors with their clients.
The historic Hillsborough inquests ended with a resounding vindication of a 27-year struggle for the truth.
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.