With funding granted in only 4% of the 1,789 applications, and in only 12 family cases, the government cannot simply insist that the scheme is working.
The arguments about hourly rates must be speedily resolved, with realism applied by both paying and receiving parties.
Solicitors need to keep a close eye on the Inns of Court.
As the geopolitical environment in which they work bears witness to a ghastly regression, our international colleagues are trying to navigate a way forward.
A photographic project to inspire women lawyers provides lessons for addressing the gender imbalance in firms.
The ‘overarching inquiry’ into institutional child abuse will trigger memories of trauma.
Our tranquil days away from the office are given perspective by the plight of lawyers around the world.
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.