How can firms reconcile a profit-sharing model with the traditional partnership?
Solicitors churn out contracts full of imperfections while thinking they are good at drafting.
Foreign firms competing with world-class City practices will be delighted the LSB is seeking to degrade our quality mark.
A thriving tax avoidance sector is a sign of a society that has got one thing right.
The scope of new American bar rules on anti-discrimination is controversially broad – is it time for the SRA to revisit its own?
CEE may improve the quality of evidence but doesn't necessarily cut costs.
The use of civil fraud solicitors to boost asset recovery rates is a welcome step forward.
We must help to give solicitors a ‘line of sight’ to a judicial appointment from the start of their career.
Defendant John Hennigan was thoroughly unpleasant in court. But it’s not the judge’s place to exchange abuse.
The SRA is dangerously proposing to water down public protection from touting.
The Competition and Markets Authority is wrong to be cross with consumers who do not switch supplier.
The American Bar Association’s final report on the future of legal services raises some questions for us too.
Victims will feel angry at the latest resignation from the child abuse inquiry – the next move is crucial.
The inquiry into child abuse is much bigger than one person, but Dame Lowell Goddard’s approach means she will be a hard act to follow.
A multi-faceted legal debate is under way about triggering article 50 under the UK’s unwritten constitution.
Irrespective of how one feels about the immigration ‘sting’, employers must understand what the law demands.
How did the profession respond to the attempted coup internationally? And would a unified position have greater impact?
We should wait and see what the new lord chancellor does before opining on whether she is up to the job.