Trade deals are going out of fashion. But there is much lawyers can do to create growth opportunities.
From pro bono to volunteering, the CSR ‘label’ adds impetus to the best initiatives.
The health secretary’s rapid redress scheme is another exercise in trashing the value of lawyers.
It requires thought, but lawyers can relaunch their career in their 50s.
The Israel-Turkey agreement over the 2010 raid sidelines its victims and does nothing to contribute to a wider peace process.
The CPS has come a long way since 1986, and our commitment to delivering justice is stronger than ever.
Pledges that motor premiums would fall by £50 were blatant spin.
Important decisions were taken at EU Council meetings last week on matters ranging from legal aid to enabling tax avoidance.
Damaging uncertainty about the Jackson rule has gone on for long enough.
Proposals risk insidious erosion of access to justice for those whose needs are most acute.
To enhance their professional and personal lives, women lawyers should find time for sport, Alex Kelham argues.
The UK is now a country that works for everyone – except me. And if you are a lawyer, it might not work for you either.
Today is world mental health day – and lawyer-managers need to do more for their staff, says Richard Martin
One hopes the MoJ can implement its proposals for transforming justice more adroitly than it has articulated them.
After nearly three months in post, the lord chancellor remains difficult to read.
The junior doctors case shows what happens when loose language is used for political ends.
The Law Society and solicitors can apply their specialist expertise as the country prepares to withdraw from the EU.
If the government must do something, it’s looking in the wrong place.