TV production companies try to accrue a mass of IP protections to fend off competition.
It probably won’t win the public over, but Labour is openly wooing the legal profession.
How a case involving dentists complicates the debate about splitting regulation from representation.
External investment could transform the UK legal market within five years.
Cross-border practising rights must be a priority in planning for Brexit.
Politicians and the press must stop vilifying lawyers for doing their job and upholding the rule of law.
New vision for regulation should worry junior lawyers, says JLD chair Leanne Maund.
What good is the International Bar Association to a criminal legal aid solicitor in Rotherham?
The LSB’s grand plan for overhauling regulation has been damned with faint praise.
The big four’s successful business model relies on the cross-selling of products.
I don’t want the law to be dumbed down, just made more manageable.
Post-Brexit trade rules must not imperil more than £500bn of British business.
Private financial dispute resolution hearings - a BUPA to the courts’ NHS - are thriving.
It is timely to contemplate what the retreat from globalisation might mean for our profession.