New initiatives that do not produce instant results are dismissed by lawyers. More patience and persistence are required.
Japan looks to build a global legal services industry. And it’s one that presents more of an opportunity than a threat.
Concurrent evidence is universally approved, so why aren’t more judges ordering it to take place?
It’s time property lawyers played their part in the big debates that will shape our built environment.
If firms pay more attention to tax ‘leakage’, they could attract and retain more clients in a difficult practice area.
The boundary between being a lawyer and non-lawyer is becoming blurred – but we still have one thing to hold on to.
The International Olympic Committee’s new anti-discrimination clause has symbolic power.
The government is relying on the generosity of lawyers – maybe now enough is enough.
Forget ‘Tesco’ law and legal aid cuts – the real threat to the status quo for lawyers might be more futuristic.
After the protracted handover of European commissions, there is much to keep lawyers occupied.
Should we open our doors to unregulated providers via a voluntary scheme?
The chairman of new press regulator Ipso will be rated on his ability to determine the public interest.
The Rotherham grooming scandal bolsters the case for more witness support, says Mark Castle.
Lawyers’ anger over accountants moving into probate work must be countered by a desire to fight the competition.
Whether or not he has the right credentials, Grayling’s education shouldn’t preclude him from lord chancellor role.
Barrister Amal Alamuddin continues to make the wrong sort of headlines.
A rise in traffic accident damages may disguise a worrying trend in settlements.