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Squeezing out claims

23 March 2015By Howard Shelley

Access to justice is becoming a qualified right which is obliged to be set against the contents of the public purse.

Digital support for lawyers

23 March 2015By Candy Bowman

There can be no room for complacency when it comes to digital evolution.

Legal aid: let’s adapt

23 March 2015By Christopher Digby-Bell

It is every lawyer’s dream to help shape the law, not just react to it. Let’s do that when it comes to funding reforms.

Justice and retribution

23 March 2015By Richard Oerton

We have made some gradual progress in understanding the human condition, and we could make some more.

Divorce history lesson

23 March 2015By Richard Hogwood

Recent Supreme Court divorce ruling raises important legal issues where traditionally the principal focus has been on ‘needs’.

Mediation worthy cause

23 March 2015By Alan Langleben

Is it not better to try to avoid the delays and uncertainties of litigation by entering into mediation in good faith?

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