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9 December 2014By Rachael Waring

Will there be an industry left in which to practise in decades to come?

Poor application

9 December 2014By Michael Loveridge

There is no obvious solution to an increasingly serious problem.

Mind the gap

9 December 2014By Stephen Trahair

Praise to Sir James Munby for taking the government to task over failing to provide the basics of a civilised justice system.

TTIP fears well founded

1 December 2014By Peter F Bolwell

Criticism of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership treaty is not idle scaremongering – the dangers are real.

Judicial diversity is thriving

1 December 2014By Nick Moss

Some people still have an antiquated image of judges.

​All inclusive

1 December 2014By Simon de Galleani

A purely merit-based system has served us well.

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