The UK legal profession should support the movement for universal jurisdiction over human rights abuses.
Why can’t insurance premiums be fixed, and at a level which removes the insurers’ vast marketing budget?
There is a legitimate argument to be had about cost, but we also have a moral responsibility to those on lower incomes.
Rupert Jackson reminds me of characters in Kipling’s tales of the British Raj.
The Commercial Court needs investment to retain its position as the pre-eminent choice for international dispute resolution.