Non-lawyers must pledge to promote access to justice. That’s ridiculous.
Could the City be persuaded to inject cash into a not-for-profit funder?
In the wake of Turkey’s failed coup, the purge of its judiciary is a deeply troubling development.
The cleansing of Turkey’s judiciary may be necessary – but only after open and thorough investigation.
I don't want Brexit, but it might allow the UK to escape the failing EU anti-money laundering regime.
Alongside the clamour over Brexit we need a calmer discussion on reforming our constitution.
A ban on cold calls and texts could clean up the reputation of the PI sector.
Failure to deal swiftly with suspect credentials harms the profession’s reputation.
Solicitor was rightly struck off, but the nature and weight of the case seems disproportionate.
Britain’s split with the EU may well trigger the different stages of grief. Just like a divorce.
The status quo is unconscionable. Any government committed to upholding the rule of law must extend qualified one-way costs shifting to police claims.
Has the process of fusing the solicitor and barrister professions already begun?
In the midst of political upheavals the new EU-US data protection regime has been approved – here’s what it means for lawyers.
With men still dominating the profession’s upper strata, the bar is stepping up its efforts to support women lawyers.
The Gazette canvassed law firms across the country on what the Brexit vote means for legal business. Here’s what they said.
Despite having had segregation in living memory, the US scores better on judicial appointments.
Expanding MedCo could seriously compromise the quality of medical expert evidence.
A Brexiting government should consider eschewing the EU's general data protection regulation.
Extension to claims against police about as likely as England winning the 2018 World Cup.