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Grayling: abdication of responsibility

20 October 2014By Richard Edwards

The lord chancellor deserves censure for his failure to make a decision on how the discount rate should be set under the Damages Act 1996.

Sticking to the protocol

20 October 2014By Jonathan Smithers

There may be a remedy for unnecessary delays in the conveyancing process.

Right signals on justice

20 October 2014By Malcolm Fowler

Reckless outsourcing of interpreting services, risks dragging us back to the bad old days of miscarriages of justice.

Legal aid cost myths

20 October 2014By Andrew Caplen

Amount spent on legal aid across Europe cannot be compared like for like, because our system is different.

Call for crew at AGM

20 October 2014By Finbarr Leahy

Law Society Yacht Club is holding an AGM on Thursday 30 October.

Beware ‘touchy-feely’ justice

13 October 2014By Christopher Parr

What is perceived to be morally right or wrong should not be an acceptable basis for what is legally right or wrong.

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