There are many knock-on consequences of civil legal aid cuts, as a recent National Audit Office report notes.
In an era concerned with wellbeing, lawyers could express themselves by picking up a paintbrush.
Lawyers put off organising the Christmas party until the last minute. A hint: don’t let the youngsters do it.
Mass surveillance and external capital in law firms emerged as the main themes.
How practical is the suggestion that lawyers could close the funding gap by working for nothing?
Lord chancellor misled parliament. Doesn’t he understand his own bill?
On the 66th anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, human rights in the UK are under threat.
Tactical budgets, hearing delays and inexperienced judges. Is budgeting working?
Lawyers have a crucial role to play in upholding migrants’ rights and dignity.
Civil servants were given a brutal going over by MPs out for blood.
Christmas 1914 set precedents for a sustained breach of international law.
If human rights group Justice is to continue its work, it needs practical and financial support from the legal profession, says Skadden’s Karyl Nairn QC.
The American Bar Association’s (ABA) Commission on the Future of Legal Services has issued its opening salvo.
Paying aspiring lawyers to undertake work experience makes both moral and business sense.
The outgoing chair of the SRA board remains committed to full independence for the regulator.
Lawyers must tackle stereotypes about the profession head on – and Malaysia’s lawyers show how.