It would be a mistake to let planning law drive the shape of London’s local democracy.
The legal profession seems stuck in a time warp of long August breaks.
One legacy of the recession is that there is a shortage of trained conveyancers now times are improving.
Settling the e-borders fiasco in private has a cost beyond the £224m awarded to a contractor.
Commercial lawyers who failed to give proper advice on funding and ATE are likely to be the next target for claims.
Lawyers suffering from depression often don’t want to talk about it. But the profession needs to do more.
TTIP talks should address barriers to free movement of lawyers between the EU and US, says Law Society president Andrew Caplen.
There is a good array of fiction set in the legal world. But why are the stars always barristers and not solicitors?
The UK’s new European commissioner candidate may face one insuperable problem – he is not a woman.
Before stepping out into the unknown, perhaps the SRA should check the forecast.
‘I’m not an international lawyer,’ the prime minister said yesterday when asked to comment on the legality of Israeli military action. ‘It’s up to international lawyers.’ What is your opinion?
Noble attempts were made to set a new standard for social housing after the first world war.
Long-running issues - including a proposed free-trade deal between Europe and the US - are up for discussion in Boston.
Dominic Grieve should be applauded for putting commitment to the rule of law ahead of his party’s short-term political advantage.
Under a written constitution all would have access to the political ‘rulebook’.